[Spread-users] More on messge freezes

Yair Amir yairamir at cs.jhu.edu
Wed Jun 20 23:06:28 EDT 2007

Hi Doug,

This sounds like an operating system's problem missing messages
on processes that were not scheduled lately.

If sending a message every 100ms solves your problem, then
you can achieve the same result but reducing token_hurry_timeout
to 100 milliseconds (I think it is 2 seconds by default), eliminating
the need to send messages from outside applications periodically.


	:) Yair.

Doug Palmer wrote:
> On Tue, 2007-06-19 at 12:21 -0400, John Schultz wrote:
>> It seems to me that your configuration is losing token packets for some 
>> reason.
> One further piece of information. If I write a little program that
> multicasts a message to a particular group (unrelated to any other
> groups) ten times a second, then the freezes stop. It doesn't seem to
> matter where I run the program, or how many instances that I run. The
> moment I stop it, the freezes start again. If I start the program again,
> then the freezes stop.
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