Cleans up old sockets before listening on them.
When trying to listen on a socketfile, a server will emit an
EADDRINUSE error even if the socket is no longer alive. @dshaw came up with a rad solution but it still doesn't check to see if the socket is dead before blowing it away.
cleansocket ensures that the file is indeed a socket and that it's not still listening for connections before it deletes the file. It also provides a way to override all
.listen() methods so it does this automatically.
$ npm install cleansocket
const cleansocket =const net =const server = net
You can also globally hijack all
const net =const server = httpserver// will call `cleansocket` before trying to listen. Add an `error`// listener to server to catch and deal with any errorsserver
Emitted if the file exists and is not a socket. The following properties are added to the error in addition to the standard ones:
stats: An fs.Stats object.
filename: Name of the file
Emitted when the file is a socket, but it is still accepting connections.
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