Actually, I have software that runs in the ARM-Linux has three apps of mine.I want to run the one certain application in Linux host x86.
The internal components in my ARM-Linux program communicate using Unix domain socket.
My socket type is: AF_UNIX
I am using old ARM processor doesn't support Valgrind. There is some memory leak in the application that is causing the crash. So I build the application in the host and figuring out how to establish communication between ARM and x86 using domain socket?
Now I have a situation where the application
foo is in ARM and
bar is Linux x86. Question is it possible to communicate between the different host?
I thought Unix domain sockets are inter-domain after reading the below link, I got confused.
UNIX domain sockets are a method by which processes on the same host can communicate. Communication is bidirectional with stream sockets.
fd = socket(AF_UNIX, SOCK_STREAM, 0);