View Full Version : Re: Wideserver multi clients

Peter Dowson
01-03-2005, 07:31 AM
On 12/28/2004 9:05:30 AM, Marcus Schneider wrote:
>I just did some tests with
>6.4.4. again
>It worked for a complete
>flight (first time)
>Then started a second flight
>and after takeoff he started
>the multiple
>connections :-(((((
>No way here, downgrading now
>to 6.4.1 again...:-(

That's not very helpful, is it? No support is available for those who retreat
to old versions. If there are problems, I need to be able to fix them. So
far, out of thousands of users, I have three or four with the "send queue
over 100" connection problems, even with the version 6.441 I provided

I need those with such problems (which I cannot reproduce) to try to achieve
good results by manipulating some of the new WideClient.INI parameters. For

1. Increase "ApplicationDelay" from 0 to 6, or other values between.

2. Increase "SendScanTime" from 10 to something bigger -- try 50 or more. The
higher this is, the lower you should be able to set the

3. Increase "MaxSendQ" from 100. But this tends to simply delay the

4. Change "WhenMaxSendQ=Recon" to "Flush". (This may stop the reconnections
but may give, instead, other weird unexplained errors on occasion -- it was
these which prompted these additional checks in the first place!).

I am thinking of changing the defaults in WideClient, again. However, I don't
weant to destroy the performance gains I've made recently, so I'm not
rushing into anything. Since I cannot reproduce the problems I am trying to
gather data from each of those who can reproduce these problems, please.

But if you insist on sticking to 6.41, do so and never come back for more
support from me, please.



Patrick Smith
01-03-2005, 07:52 AM
I see these problems occurring in some peoples systems but not mine and this

is fine as certain parameters somewhere in others are different,my fears are

thus as with PM,when the updates come out am i fixing something that's not
broke! or is ok to go ahead and insert the fix?sometimes,not all,but
sometimes i have to go back to a previous update to get flying again untill

another fix comes to fix that fix,dont mean to be a smarty but it is a fact

of life in this hobby,regards Patrick.

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