I have found out that there are two linked lists in wsockbuf: inuse and
free. And even the allocated memory in free is not freed in some cases. It
must have been intended for reusing but it is no good to keep hundreds of
MBs of unused buffers in memory! There must be a limit to the reusable
BTW, do you get my messages today?
On Fri, Sep 10, 2010 at 5:00 PM, Fastream Technologies
> Let me elaborate: As our code is a proxy server and data keeps coming down
> in OnDocData of the Httpclient, I was pumping it to THttpConnection's
> descendent with Send(buf, len). However I noticed it was actually buffering
> data when the Send()'s pace is less than Receive(). So it might be a special
> case for proxies but I wonder what you guys suggest for such case. I tried
> to Pause THttpCli->CtrlSocket and resume in
> THttpConnection::ConnectionDataSent but it did not work.
> Thank you,
> On Fri, Sep 10, 2010 at 4:44 PM, Fastream Technologies <ga...@fastream.com
> > wrote:
>> I have downloaded today's snapshot and when under high bandwidth traffic,
>> the buffering seems to leak memory until I delete the THttpConnection
>> descendents. Could somebody take a look at OverbyteWSockBuf unit?
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