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PHP SSL Socket Fgets Blocking

Posted on 2011-03-20
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Hi

I have PHP SSL socket open using fsockopen("ssl://mysite.com") etc.

Then I have this:

$this->header = fgets($fh, 1024);

I added showing runtime code above and below of this line and there is a lot of difference and this code causes error.

Before:
0.71457600 1300632013
After that line:
0.29207500 1300632254

These 2 values are output of microtime

How can I make my code not to wait for fgets if there is no 1024 byte available to read?

Please advice

Thanks
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Your idea cannot be implemented with fgets.  Consider using cURL instead of fgets.  The level of customization and control is much greater with cURL than it is with fgets.

http://php.net/manual/en/book.curl.php
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Solved problem. Error was somewhere else
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