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- Subject: LuaSocket, Win32 and select()
- From: duck <duck@...>
- Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2005 11:51:48 +0000
A lot of discussion lately about blocking vs non-blocking I/O, epoll(),
kqueue(), select(), FD_SETSIZE and more. Very helpful.
Assuming that one is happy with 100s of connections at a time, then it
seems than plain old Lua coroutines with plain old LuaSocket 2 are just
But...Diego, you mention the following in the docs:
>Important note: a known bug in WinSock causes select to fail on
>non-blocking TCP sockets. The function may return a socket as
>writable even though the socket is not ready for sending.
This still true in "recent" Windowses, e.g. 2000 SP4, 2003, XP SP1/2?