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- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: MacTCP
- From: aspoerri@MIT.EDU
- Date: Mon, 07 Mar 94 19:29:16 EST
I am using the MacTCP.lisp code provided with MCL 2.0
to communicate with a database over the net
but I am encountering the following problems:
1) The response can be very slow, especially when the
info sent back is large and it takes the
database a little time to process the query.
However, when I run the same query using an UNIX machine,
the response is quite speedy.
Further, when I run Mosaic using the same Mac, I get data
Hence, I believe the slow response must be due to MacTCP.lisp.
Question: Does anybody have MacTCP code that is faster or
know of anybody who could fix the current code, possibly for pay?
2) After successfully communicating with the database for a few times,
I get the following error message:
while executing CCL::%TCP-ERR-DISP
which means that I have run out of memory.
How come ? and how can I fix this problem without having
to quit MacLISP and restart ?
I would be grateful for any help on how to be able
to communicate with a database using TCP.
Best wishes and till soon,
Center for Educational Computing Initiatives
MIT, E40-370, Cambridge Ma. 02139