[Spread-users] 1225

George Schlossnagle george at omniti.com
Tue Mar 5 10:44:20 EST 2002

To elaborate (perhaps superfluously).  Your sender need not sp_join() 
the group it is sp_multicast()'ing to.  In fact, unless you have it 
setup to read messages at well, you do not want ti to join the group, 
otherwise you will get the behavior you are seeing here.


On Tuesday, March 5, 2002, at 10:41 AM, Guido van Rossum wrote:

>> I have a client that generates the messages and I run spuser as another
>> client
>> that joins the group my program sends the messages to.
>> spuser printsout all the messages (up to 1225) BUT my program
>> does not try the to receive the messages that it is
>> sending itself.
>> Looks like things are happening too fast
>> for spread to handle correctly!
> Is the sender a member of the group to which it sends the messages?
> Then you're running into the 1000-message limit -- I bet the sender
> isn't set up to receive its own messages, but the Spread semantics
> make this happen.
> --Guido van Rossum (home page: http://www.python.org/~guido/)
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