AN!Wiki :: UNIX socket
A UNIX socket, properly known as a POSIX Local IPC Socket, is a byte-stream interface to a program whose interface exists in the operating system's file system. It provides a method of communication between applications. Data on UNIX sockets (generally) remain on the local system.
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