Subject: Re: [boost] [ASIO] Having a hard time after upgrading my boost libraries
From: Antony Polukhin (antoshkka_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-05-20 04:33:21
2013/5/19 Arpan Sen <arpansen_at_[hidden]>:
> I recently moved to boost 1.52, been using a pretty old version of boost earlier. Quite a number of pieces of my code have stopped working since then, but the one that's really a pain is the ASIO piece. I have a lot of code that makes use of ASIO's async read/write and other calls and there seems to be a problem reading data from socket with async_read_until - sometimes I get empty string, there's valid data at other times.
> My code is heavily multi-threaded. This problem doesn't show up in single threaded environment at all. My OS is SUSE 11 and g++-4.3.3 as the compiler. I may have to post some code eventually but on the top off your head - do you have any pointers for me?
I have no solution, but following thoughts popped up in my head:
Maybe some error occur during read/write. Do you check const
boost::system::error_code& error in all handlers?
Are buffers modified from only a single thread at a moment of time
(each handler has its own buffer?)?
Does OS limits allow you to create required amount of threads/sockets?
-- Best regards, Antony Polukhin
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