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by ykcruces
03 Oct 2007, 04:09
Forum: Support
Topic: TCPServer
Replies: 8
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Re: TCPServer

>I do not have a Solaris handy, so I have tested it on Linux and Windows and could not reproduce the behavior you are reporting your test client is sending multiple connections at the same time? because the TimerServer start with 4 thread but after that i send multiple connections and stop my testin...
by ykcruces
03 Oct 2007, 00:01
Forum: Support
Topic: TCPServer
Replies: 8
Views: 5333

Re: TCPServer

Sorry again, Alex, but I tested the original sample code (TimeServer.cpp without any modification) and i have the same problem. I tested it in unix sun solaris.
by ykcruces
02 Oct 2007, 18:12
Forum: Support
Topic: TCPServer
Replies: 8
Views: 5333

Re: TCPServer

Hi Alex, thanks for your answer but I don't understand very well (the first question is fine), sorry. I pretend to develop a TcpServer for that i started with an example, but when i test the TimeServer example (included in the library), i see the number of threads (LWP) increment, that is correct wh...
by ykcruces
01 Oct 2007, 23:54
Forum: Support
Topic: TCPServer
Replies: 8
Views: 5333

TCPServer

I have a problem, think so, testing a simple TcpServer(TimeServer) when I use prstat I see: PID USERNAME SIZE RSS STATE PRI NICE TIME CPU PROCESS/NLWP 28626 user8600K 5240K sleep 59 0 0:00:00 0.0% TimeServer/13 Why there is 13 LWP???? 1) The example TimeServer was modified to send and receive messag...

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