Date/Time: Fri, 01 Dec 2023 09:12:29 +0000
How to interpret Max Send Buffers Used
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|User987654 - Posts: 65|
I have remote buffer delay send time set to 20ms.
On the message log, I see: DTC client #14. 127.0.0.1 (2) | Max send buffers used during socket life: 10 | 2023-08-22 20:46:54.511
How do I interpret this? does this mean at its worst, the lag was around 200ms? Doesn't appear to be anything in documentation on Max Send Buffers Used.
|Sierra_Chart Engineering - Posts: 11668|
We cannot help with this. It is complex to be analyzing this. Just ignore that number. However it does look to be high, that 10 buffers are being used on a local socket connection. If data is flowing, without interruption it would normally be one or two buffers used.
We will not comment on this further.
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