|Subject:||Re: [lwip-users] prioritizing of active connections|
|Date:||Sun, 25 Sep 2016 13:15:13 +0200|
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regarding the dirty trick I must admit I fear that it might cause
a glitch thats right. I put it in eitherway as a proof of concept
and running performance tests for evaluation of what might be
possible. Since its a thesis i thought of investigating the delay
and the impact on the performance. For actual use it shouldn't be
in the code!
Since I am messing with the TCP timer I suppose that it can cause earlier/unwanted retransmissions and connection timeouts. For my application both doesn't pose to much of a threat at this point.
Regarding the suggest function if i understand it right i just
set it up within a callback function and if the
function is called and the localtime compared to the time when i set it up exceeds the intervall the function will be called. On that matter is it possible to assign 0 as intervall value so it will be called with the next sys_check_timeouts() ?
Also I want to say thank you for all your help.
Am 24.09.2016 um 14:58 schrieb Noam Weissman:
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