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Starting with Connext DDS 5.3.0, all Connext DDS libraries for Windows platforms (static release/debug, dynamic release/debug) now link with the dynamic Windows C Runtime (CRT). If you have previous Windows projects that were linking with the Connext DDS static libraries, it will be necessary to ...
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Description The discovery phase in DDS applications can be considered a high throughput scenario under some circumstances. Some examples are: The applications have a lot of DDS entities. More than 2 hosts are involved. The type definitions are sent within the discovery packets (i.e., TypeCode and ...
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Interrupt coalescing refers to the ability of the NIC to not interrupt the CPU immediately whenever a packet is received, but rather wait a little bit in the hope that more packets arrive. That way a single interrupt can be used to process multiple packets. This decision represent a tradeoff ...
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Note: This entry applies to Windows systems only. If you are sending data larger than 1400 bytes, and the subscriber is not receiving any data, make sure winsock32.lib is NOT in the list of libraries included in your project. There are two different socket libraries on Windows systems: winsock32. ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Connext 4.x and above. The TryEnterCriticalSection function is only declared in WinBase.h if _WINNT_WIN32 >= 0x400 . This symbol is defined within the ACE-TAO headers, which in turn are pulled in from Foo.h . If an application includes ndds/ndds_cpp.h before including Foo.h ...
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