> The client establishes a session, sends a request and receives ECONNRESET
> instead of the data expected. The server side reports no errors. It
That sounds reasonable
> My uneducated guess is a race of some sort in the TCP close routine
> where the closed state is being marked prematurely before all data is
> sent and acked.
The application is closing the socket with data sent by the client as
yet unread. The TCP specifications require this causes a reset so the client
knows the data is lost. Probably the server needs fixing - perhaps its not
reading the last \n or something ?
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