[Spread-users] Size message send to Spread

De Winne, Joris joris.dewinne at barco.com
Wed May 25 10:35:13 EDT 2005


I'm new to Spread and after reading a lot of documentation about it, I read
the FAQ lilst and noticed something strange. In the section: "Application
Development Questions", the answer to question 3 says the largest message
can be around 100 Kbytes. Does this mean that the size of a SpreadMessage
cann't larger than 100Kbytes when used in a call to multicast? Or does it
mean that a SpreadMessage larger than 100Kbytes will be split automatic in
packets with a maximum size of 100 Kbytes? If this isn't done automatic,
does it mean we've to do reliable multicasting ourselves when SpreadMessages
grow larger than 100 Kbytes?

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