Thnak you for your answer but actually the client and the server is on the
same XP home machine and there is firewall including the XP SP2 firewall.
Nothing. I know dropping connections is normal after a while with the home
os but it should not crash. Currently application terminates.!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dod" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "ICS support mailing" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, December 22, 2005 12:49 PM
Subject: Re: [twsocket] Any known bugs of THttpCli after the last beta?
> Is is a BSOD ? do you have a firewall running on the server machine ?
> If yes, then UNINSTALL (not only de-activate) the firewall for the
> stress test.
> When I did stress test on my apps I got BSOD and it was because my
> Kerio Personal Firewall 2.1.5 crash system after about 65000
> opened/closed sockets actions. De-activating it was not enought
> because drivers was still loaded and working whenever it was "full
> opened mode".
> Other advices, when you want to bench a server, always get rid of
> installed firewalls (both server and stressing client side) because
> they slow down performances a lot and you can get strange behaviors
> bacsue of some obscure firewall bugs !
> FT> Hello,
> FT> As you may remember, I am coding a HTTP load balancer using our web
> server code. All is well with the web server with an hour of stress test
> and no memory leaks or errors of any sort BUT in the
> FT> load balancer alpha, after 1:20 mins, I get an access violation with
> only kernel in the call stack. The load balancer uses only THttpCli as an
> additional component to the web server and I wonder
> FT> if there are any known issues after the November 7 beta.
> FT> Note: I am using nexusmm with the service and there is problem with
> "out of memory" errors. However I get lots of TIME_WAIT sockets in
> Activeports but anyway the program should drop connections
> FT> and NOT crash.
> FT> Best Regards,
> FT> SZ
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