[Spread-users] Two questioins

koorosh.alahiari at ids.allianz.com koorosh.alahiari at ids.allianz.com
Wed Mar 20 03:46:22 EST 2002

I agree with john that this should be documented since
it trips up most new users (including myself).

I also like the fact that spread does not impose
flow control on clients, this has given me the
flexibility to implement FC as I require.

Regards, Koorosh

                    John Schultz                                                                                                        
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I think a discussion of application flow control should be part of the
Spread documentation (or it should be really highlighted if it already
is).  It seems that almost every new user runs smack into this problem
-- it should be part of the basic spread guide or something (if it isn't

Maybe the recent thread of discussion on flow control should be broken
out of the list archives and linked to on the documentation web site as
a first step?

John Schultz
Co-Founder, Lead Engineer
D-Fusion, Inc. (http://www.d-fusion.net)
Phn: 443-838-2200 Fax: 707-885-1055

Huaigu WU wrote:

> Hello, all:
>    When I used Spread to send message mass, I met two questions.
>   1. when I multicast  about  4000 messages using Spread, spread error
> always occured, and the comment is "SP_error: (-8) Connection closed by
> spread".  I don't know what's wrong with it.
>   2. I want to create a group crossing routers, how can I config the
> spread? for example, in the first LAN, the local IP address is
> 192.168.2.X. and in another LAN,the local IP address is also
> 192.168.2.X. and these two LAN connect to the Internet by routers. and
> IP address of these routers are 62.168.x.x and 132.129.x.x.  Can I create
> a group in this environment? and how can I do it?
> Thank you very much. I am waiting for your response.
> Cheers
> Hugo

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