[jcifs] Mike or Chris

Allen, Michael B (RSCH) Michael_B_Allen at ml.com
Wed Apr 30 08:44:20 EST 2003


If you comment out that line you are basically letting jCIFS create unlimited transports. This will permit jCIFS to very quickly make GREAT progress in creating hundreds of useless connections to
hosts that do not exist and will basically result in nothing but wasting GREAT amounts of resources. I doubt overall performance increased. It would also be possible (although highly unlikely in your
context) to create more than the negotiated conurrent requests acceptable to a server.

I have tried to explain as best I can why you're having this "problem" which also explains why your perl script runs more quickly. I would suggest you read up on Transmission Control Protocol (TCP).
It's what Java uses to create stream based sockets like those used by jCIFS. Then go back and review my original responses to your questions (particularly the part about the lack of asyncronous IO
facilities in Java).


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