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chris.hegarty at oracle.com
Wed Feb 29 02:14:04 PST 2012
What version of lksctp are you using? Also, what kernel?
On 29/02/2012 09:15, Michal Lefler wrote:
> Hi all.
> We ran into the following problem.
> Whenever we try to send sctp messages which are longer than 1024b the
> messages are automatically splitted into two smaller messages.
> The problem is that both messages are marked as "COMPLETED".
> For that reason, the receiving side sees each long message as two
> The first message is incomplete, while the second one is malformed.
> We first suspected the MTU, but setting the MTU to a small value
> resulted with a nice split
> (first message with an unset "COMPLETED", and the second one is marked
> as "COMPLETED", as expected).
> We tried to handle the "COMPLETED" flag manually, but trying to set
> "SctpStandardSocketOption.SCTP_EXPLICIT_COMPLETE" to true
> caused a "Protocol not supported" exception.
> Any idea what the problem can be and how we can solve it?
> We are using Java 1.6 u23, with the SCTP to Java 6 patch.
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