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|Method||getHandle||Return a system- and reactor-specific handle.|
|Method||readConnectionLost||Indicates read connection was lost.|
|Method||connectionLost||The connection was lost.|
|Method||logPrefix||Return the prefix to log with when I own the logging thread.|
|Method||getTcpNoDelay||Return if TCP_NODELAY is enabled.|
|Method||getTcpKeepAlive||Return if SO_KEEPALIVE enabled.|
Inherited from FileHandle:
|Method||writeConnectionLost||Indicates write connection was lost.|
|Method||write||Reliably write some data.|
|Method||writeSequence||Write a list of strings to the physical connection.|
|Method||loseConnection||Close the connection at the next available opportunity.|
|Method||registerProducer||Register to receive data from a producer.|
|Method||unregisterProducer||Stop consuming data from a producer, without disconnecting.|
|Method||stopConsuming||Stop consuming data.|
|Method||stopProducing||Stop producing data.|
|Method||_dispatchData||Dispatch previously read data. Return True if self.reading and we don't have any more data|
|Method||_handleRead||Returns False if we should stop reading for now|
|Method||_handleWrite||Returns false if we should stop writing for now|
Inherited from _SocketCloser:
Return a system- and reactor-specific handle.
This might be a socket.socket() object, or some other type of object, depending on which reactor is being used. Use and manipulate at your own risk.This might be used in cases where you want to set specific options not exposed by the Twisted APIs.
The connection was lost.
This is called when the connection on a selectable object has been lost. It will be called whether the connection was closed explicitly, an exception occurred in an event handler, or the other end of the connection closed it first.Clean up state here, but make sure to call back up to FileDescriptor.
Enable/disable TCP_NODELAY.Enabling TCP_NODELAY turns off Nagle's algorithm. Small packets are sent sooner, possibly at the expense of overall throughput.
Enable/disable SO_KEEPALIVE.Enabling SO_KEEPALIVE sends packets periodically when the connection is otherwise idle, usually once every two hours. They are intended to allow detection of lost peers in a non-infinite amount of time.