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From: "John E. Bossom" <>
Subject: RE: strange pthread_create cap
Date: Wed, 02 Sep 2009 23:53:00 -0000	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <> (raw)
In-Reply-To: <001c01ca2bfb$147ad3a0$3d707ae0$>

If Laura is running on Windows XP... there is a built in limit on the
number of simultaneously openned sockets... This is on purpose...
to prevent you from turning Windows XP into a Server...


John E. Bossom

Quoting robert kindred <>:

> Hello, Ross:
> [snip]
>> Hi Laura,
> [snip]
>> Also, are you testing on a Windows Server or Windows Workstation? I ask
>> because, IIRC and if my information is not out-of-date, workstations
>> have a limit (10) on the number of sockets that can be listening at the
>> same time.
> I thought this was true also, but I have had more than 20 connections to my
> Windows service via its listening sockets on my desktop.  This limit is
> apparently only applied to Windows services (file shares, etc.).  My .02,
> though I don't think it solves Laura's problem.
>> Ross
>> Laura Arhire wrote:
>> > Hello
>> >
>> > I'm having some trouble with pthreads-win and sockets, wondering if
>> > anyone can help. I have a test setup with a loop which iterates a
>> > number of times. Inside the loop, I create a thread on which I run an
>> > SSL server socket. After the thread is created, I connect an SSL
>> > Client socket to the server socket, then disconnect it, disconnect
>> the
>> > server socket, and issue a pthread_join.
> [snip]
>> >
>> > Thank you in advance,
>> > Laura
> Robert Kindred

  reply	other threads:[~2009-09-02 23:53 UTC|newest]

Thread overview: 6+ messages / expand[flat|nested]  mbox.gz  Atom feed  top
2009-09-02 10:49 Laura Arhire
2009-09-02 14:28 ` Ross Johnson
2009-09-02 14:36   ` Ross Johnson
2009-09-02 18:28   ` robert kindred
2009-09-02 23:53     ` John E. Bossom [this message]
2009-09-03  6:41     ` Laura Arhire

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