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Overlapped I/O engine for Nsock on Windows #148

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dmiller-nmap opened this Issue Jun 3, 2015 · 2 comments

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dmiller-nmap commented Jun 3, 2015

Nsock on Windows is still stuck using select(), which has performance limitations. Overlapped I/O is one option for handling many thousands of concurrent connections efficiently.

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hdoreau Jul 3, 2015

Here is another useful link on the subject: http://tinyclouds.org/iocp-links.html
I think the difficulty will be to make it fit within nsock reactor model...

Poll() is available on windows and can handle many FDs, though not as efficiently as the advanced APIs mentioned here.

hdoreau commented Jul 3, 2015

Here is another useful link on the subject: http://tinyclouds.org/iocp-links.html
I think the difficulty will be to make it fit within nsock reactor model...

Poll() is available on windows and can handle many FDs, though not as efficiently as the advanced APIs mentioned here.

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dmiller-nmap Mar 24, 2017

IOCP Nsock engine was added as part of GSOC 2016 by @Tudor-Coman

dmiller-nmap commented Mar 24, 2017

IOCP Nsock engine was added as part of GSOC 2016 by @Tudor-Coman

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