I found another interesting thing(which seems good for me). Only on windows, this problem
occurs. Which means that on other platform like Linux or Mac OS X, I can upload 2 or more
files concurrently but the system does not show any noticeable problem. And interesting part
is that also on windows, if I run squeak as a headless application or as a service application,
it does not make the system unresponsive. It seems that my previous problem is related to
scheduling on Windows.
So, it seems that I could make my file upload/download server using Squeak + Swazoo without
Thank you. I hope my tons of messages can help anyone who might have same kind of problem
like me.(If not, I'm sorry for many uninteresting posts from me).
----- Original Message -----
From: "S.J.Chun" <[hidden email]>
To: Swazoo Development Discussions <[hidden email]>, Janko Mivšek <[hidden email]>
Sent: 08-07-29 14:05:31
Subject: [Swazoo-devel] Faster_connection_makes_system_unrespons ive_(WAS:_Re:__Swazoo_2.2beta_show_impressive_pe rformance_for_large_file_uploading)
As my previous messages said, with faster network connection attached,
the system become unresponsive even with single file upload(100Mbit/1000Mbit).
I suspect that squeak cannot process this input stream faster enough or swazoo
cannot process. Even my laptop does not have faster disk drive it is not accessed
continuously so I don't think slow disk makes problem.
How can I improve current situation, are there any parameter to be modified?