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- Subject: Re: ANN: coxpcall 1.6 (was RE: Xavate crash and coxpcall missing 'arg' variable)
- From: Romulo Bahiense <romulo@...>
- Date: Mon, 16 May 2005 22:11:50 -0300
it certainly doesn't look like a bug in Lua code. for me at least,
LuaSocket is wonderfully stable; so it might be a compile or link issue.
You are a genius! I've discovered that the trouble was many flavors of
lua.dll and lualib.dll. LuaSocket uses it's own liblua.dll and
liblualib.dll, and I was using the LuaBinaries' lua5.dll and lualib5.dll
(ok, there were a lost lua.dll and lualib.dll, but I don't think I was
To resolve the problem I just renamed my lua5.dll and lualib5.dll to
liblua.dll and liblualib.dll, respectively.
could you stress any of the samples from LuaSocket? (preferably one
that opens lots of short-lived TCP connections) if the bug doesn't
appear there, it would mean it's a Xavente thing.
I've run the testsrvr and testclnt from the tests folder. Before the
insight, it was crashing in the second or third run. After I renamed the
dll's, everything went fine (wow, those tests eats a lot of memory :
100MB P / 100MB V)
Now 2 semi-off-topic questions:
1) How does Xavante handle concurrency? eg: One user is uploading a
large file and another is browsing a web site hosted by the same http
server at the same time?
2) Would be difficult to implement an async request? e.g.: A very slow
request - like a database query returning many records - yelding
periodically to not block other requests.
That's it for now. Thanks for the help and the compile/link issue