RTI Core Libraries and Utilities

SENS/TORNADO 2.0 NETWORK STACK CONFIGURATION/PERFORMANCE ISSUES -------------------------------- 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 NETWORK STACK VERSIONS 1.2 NET POOLS 1.2.1 CLUSTERS 1.2.2 CLUSTER BLOCKS 1.2.3 MBLOCKS 1.3 RECEIVING: DATA FLOW FROM DRIVER TO APPLICATION LEVEL 1.4 SENDING: DATA FLOW FROM ...
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Note: Applies to the legacy RTI Connext .NET API (4.3e to 6.1). For the new .NET API (6.1 and above), see the Getting Started Guide . For applications to use the RTI Connext .NET API, the following MUST be true for the target machine: The Microsoft .NET Framework Version 2.0 Redistributable Package ...
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This Solution addresses how to create a reader and a writer that use reliable communication. It also shows, by example, some of the more common QoS policies that you might want to change. Method One for modifying the QoS The following C++ code snippet shows how to change those QoS policies. Data ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Connext 4.0 and above. This example shows how to achieve batching without using the Batch QoS policy (which was introduced in 4.4). Publisher This Publisher sends out bursts of 32 keyed reliable samples at 20Hz. The point here is that the dataWriterQos.protocol.push_on_write = ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Data Distribution Service 4.1 and above. The DDS_TopicBuiltinTopicData built-in topic is meant to convey information about discovered Topics. It is a known issue in RTI Data Distribution Service 4.1 and 4.2 that these topic samples are not propagated in a separate packet on the ...
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This message can be recieved when creating a new reader listening on a multicast group: setsockopt(ADD_MEMBERSHIP) error 0X62 The hex code may differ across platforms — EADDRINUSE is 98 on Linux, 125 on Solaris — check your system's errno.h to be sure. RTI middleware can share receive-resources ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Connext 4.x and above. By default, every time you create a DDS participant with SHMEM transport enabled, the middleware creates two shared memory segments: one to receive discovery traffic and one to receive user traffic. Each one of the shared memory segments will contain a ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Connext 4.x and above. Upon changing the liveliness lease duration of both the DataReader and DataWriter , and instrumenting the on_liveliness_changed() listener callback on the reader side, you will see the callback is called twice when you kill the publishing application. ...
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The short answer is that only the platforms listed in the Release Notes are supported. A platform is defined by a CPU architecture, an operating system and its version, and a compiler version. For example, i86Linux2.6gcc4.1.1 means Linux 2.6 on an Intel processor with version 4.1.1of the gcc ...
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Yes, you can run your RTI Connext-based application on a virtual machine. Make sure that any time synchronization or jumps occur before starting your RTI Connext application. In versions 4.4b and higher, we have improved support for virtual machines by introducing a feature to specify which clock ...
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