At 2:47 PM 3/7/94 -0600, email@example.com wrote: >I'm having trouble with MacTCP.lisp since I was upgraded to System 7.1 and >MacTCP 2.0.4 > >The symptoms are that when a line is sent to the server, it would appear >that it is being resent infinitely, though not at any great speed. > >command-. halts the sending, and the server's responses to the given line >are then received. The responses are consistent with repeated sendings of >the same text. > >I have started digging into the code but am about to reach the point where >I don't even know what the code I'm reading is doing, so the print >statements I insert aren't real useful. > >I checked the archives for a newer file of MacTCP.lisp but was unable to >find it. My fasl file is dated Fri, July 2, 1993. > >The mac in question is a Quadra 700, and the server software is LambdaMOO >MUDs. The server itself is a Sparc 1. > >Will be trying other hardware to try and narrow it down, but any pointers >appreciated in the meantime. >-- >-- >-- "TANSTAAFL" Rich firstname.lastname@example.org Try loading the attached fasl file to see if it helps your symptoms. It fixes a bug that had different original symptoms (mostly hanging doing long or lots of transfers), but could be related.
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