Comanche - Failed primitives in Socket objects
kamk at volny.cz
Tue Jul 13 08:43:14 UTC 2004
Frantisek Fuka wrote:
> While running the latest Comanche on Windows 98 and setting mode: to
> #debug, I get lots of "Failed primitive" exceptions in Socket objects
> almost immediately when I try a simple "load test" (holding down F5
> key in my browser).
I sent to my HttpService #setDebugMode and tried it in Windows XP. I
encountered same problem - that is primitive failed in
According to this post:
I tried "TcpListener backlogSize: 100" and it seemed it cured the problem.
> Is this the result of limited number of sockets in Windows 98? I tried
> similar test with Twisted Python frameword and there didn't seem to be
> any problems. When running the server under Linux, in standard mode
> (not #debug) will there be problems like this if the traffc is high?
Someone on Linux could try this "simple load test", though it's also a
test for browser's event dispatch mechanism as well :)
> If the mode is not #debug, are all the exceptions correctly discarded?
It seems it might be the case; check comment in
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