Paul wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Francois PIETTE" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>> Not really. Each time I see a TTimer triggered every 100 mSec (or any
>> very short time period), I know this will cause CPU problem. And
>> bandwidth limitation defenitely doesn't require a so short period of
>> time. What is useful, regarding bandwidth limitation - is to have
>> bandwidth limited on a reasonable time period (a few second IMO).
> Francois,
> I disagree with this ,
> When a user has a very high bandwidth (100 Mbs), sampling every second is
> way too slow.
> I you use 1000 msec sampling period, the throttle does not work work at
> all. Most likely, all data has been sent before the the throttle becomes
> active. 

Yes, it depends on line speed and amount of data transferred within a 
connection. If you have i.e. plenty but very short connections 
you need to set a shorter timer-interval in order to get it working



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