[twsocket] Re: Application freezing when getting data
Thu, 29 Jun 2000 17:48:06 EEST
The winsock is optimized for 4kb. That's the size IE and IIS is using; if
you disassemble you will see. And I do not thing win2000 is any different
because it uses the same winsock, winsock 2 as other windowses.
From: Rik Barker <email@example.com>
Subject: RE: [twsocket] Re: Application freezing when getting data
Date: Thu, 29 Jun 2000 13:28:58 +0100
>> I was curious as to why you think my method of sending the stream is
>> It has all worked absolutely fine for me from the day I wrote it.
>Sorry, I did not mean it is bad. It is just that if you send the stream at
>once, TWSocket will buffer it all, and if it is a stream of several
>megabytes then it will allocate that memory. So depending on the size of
>stream and how many streams are sended the same time it can be a lot
Doh! Should have thoght of that. Thanks.
>I don't know if it's faster than sending all at once, but I did had long
>time ago some experiments sending blocks of different size and it takes
>that 4K was best performance as sending buffer.
I wonder if that's an OS issue. Perhaps the figure is 4K for Windows 95
and 8K for Windows 2000. I'll check that out when I get the time.
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