Jérôme Duval wrote: > Selon Adi Oanca <adioanca@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: > > >>Axel Dörfler wrote: >> >>> >>>As I said, the buffer size has *nothing* to do with this anymore. >>>Have a look at LinkMsgSender::StartMessage() maybe you can believe me >>>then :-) >> >> I had a look yesterday, that's why I did that test in the first >>place. The buffer always grows at a max of 64K, it never shrinks back to >>2K. >> Have another look, and this time maybe you should put you glasses. :-P >> >> I cannot believe you as I have my tests a a proof. ;-) >> > > > Looking at the code would theorically make me think Axel is right : the buffer > size is always increased, not decreased. But as flushs are done on a hard > watermark, your tests shouldn't show increased latency because of a high > buffer > size (unless a bug :) ). Ah, right. :-) Sorry... bye, Adi.