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connection_aborted — Checks whether the remote client has disconnected.


int connection_aborted(void)


1 if the connection has been aborted; 0 for all other cases.


connection_aborted() checks whether the remote client has disconnected, either because of a network error or via the browser's stop functionality. This function can be used in conjunction with the register_shutdown_function() and ignore_user_abort() functions to allow developers to handle cases in which the client aborts the script before it completes running.

See also

To deal with a terminated connection:


To ignore user aborts:



Example 184. Write a log message if the client aborts the script

// place the following code at the top of your script

// a simple function that logs user-aborted scripts
function catch_user_abort () {
   if (connection_aborted ())
      error_log ("Script $GLOBALS[SCRIPT_NAME] on server " .
         "$GLOBALS[SERVER_NAME] was aborted by the user.");

// register a handler function to be called at script end
register_shutdown_function ('catch_user_abort');

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