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Date: Mon, 29 Jul 2002 15:07:03 -0400
From: "Pierre A. Humblet" <Pierre DOT Humblet AT ieee DOT org>
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To: Conrad Scott <Conrad DOT Scott AT dsl DOT pipex DOT com>
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Subject: Re: TCP problems
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Conrad Scott wrote:

> Sorry: I should have been clearer there.  No: my test cygwin
> server doesn't duplicate any of its sockets (AFAICT etc. but I'm
> pretty sure).  

Just to make sure I understand: it NEVER forks. Correct?

> It's a really simple server: blocking accept,
> read/write on the new file descriptor, then shutdown/close it and
> back to a blocking accept.  And it still hits the WASENOBUFS wall
> eventually (altho' it can be delayed by registry patches to
> increase various TCP parameters).

How long/how many accepts (more or less) is "eventually".


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