Yes... exaclty that error. But shoudlnt DNSQuery close those sockets
after reciving response?
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Od: Wilfried Mestdagh <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Do: ICS support mailing <email@example.com>
Data: Tue, 7 Feb 2006 11:31:01 +0100
Temat: Re: [twsocket] DNSQuery - what should i free up?
> Hello Ann,
> I assume you mean winsock error 10055 (no buffer space available)
> Could be you have a leak, or that some other program has a leak.
> use non pageable RAM witch is very limited and also in use by
> programs. I recall you use DnsQuery with TCP (right?). Closing a
> leave it a while in TIME_WAIT state. I think it is default 2
> it can be set longer (is registry setting somewhere). So possible
> that your program is eating sockets because of the TIME_WAIT.
> Anyway if this is the reason then you can easy find out with
> to check out.
> Rgds, Wilfried [TeamICS]
> Tuesday, February 7, 2006, 09:58, Ja wrote:
> > Hi.
> > Got little big problem with DNSQuery... I wrote application that
> > frequently checks some domains if their ns records are ok. It
> > creates x DNSQuery components (where x is number of domains)
> > minutes and analizes the Lookup results... After finish it uses
> > DNSQuery.destroy function. But there is a problem. After 10
> > working DNSQuery starts to report errors ... something like "not
> > enough buffer space" - for sure something about buffer... after
> > those errors whole windows screws up. I cant open any new
> > application because gettig different errors.
> > I suppose that im not freeing something... so the question is:
> > should i free up so that wouldnt occur?
> > Thanx!
> > Ann
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