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The problem is almost certainly with your listener socket. Maybe you're inadvertantly closing it somewhere along the way? Or maybe one some function its visible to is inadvertantly closing it (it *is* global, after all)?
In any case, the accept error "invalid argument" suggests that your listener socket is no longer valid at that point in your program.