When the number of connected processes falls back to zero,
exit. Without this, it will run forever, that is, until you
send it Control-C.
By default, the listener can connect to up to 50 processes.
Occasionally, that number is too small. Use this option to
provide a different limit. E.g. --max-connect=100.
Changes the port it listens on from the default (1500). The
specified port must be in the range 1024 to 65535. The same
restriction applies to port numbers specified by a
--log-socket to Valgrind itself.
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