Markus Mueller wrote:
> Hi Arno Garrels,
>>> this is a bugreport that on localhost the windows kernel reads
>>> megabytes of data
>>> before a TWSocket client can block.
>> This is not specific to TWSocket and it's not a bug but a winsock
>> Beside the fact that you should send smaller data chunks and use
>> OnDataSent event to send next chunk the provided sample shows
>> that winsock is buffering much more incomming data than current
>> size of the socket receive buffer. BTW: The same happens with LAN
>> connections as well. I tried it in the LAN to be able to trace data
>> actually sent over the wire with WireShark. In my test approximately
>> 80 KB are actually sent and buffered by the receiving peer with a
>> LAN connection and ~40 KB with a localhost connection.
> Thank you so very much for confirming!
> I have the problem that if I have a FTP Transfer over my TWSocket
> Proxy, then the FTP Client flushes all the data (up tu 16 MBytes!)
> and then waits only less than a minute to get a positive Feedback
> about this transfer from the FTP Server.
> But the data is only in
I doubt that very much. As I wrote before just ~ 40-80 KB have been
cached in my test until the sender paused sending.
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