On Dec 27, 1:17 pm, Victor Reyes <victor.re... / gmail.com> wrote:
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>
> Hey Jordan, I owe one.
> It works like a charm!
>
> Thanks again,
>
> Victor
>
> On Dec 27, 2007 2:04 PM, MonkeeSage <MonkeeS... / gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > On Dec 27, 12:29 pm, Victor Reyes <victor.re... / gmail.com> wrote:
> > > [Note:  parts of this message were removed to make it a legal post.]
>
> > > Hello Team,
>
> > > Is there a limit on the amount of data (bytes) that can be received via
> > the
> > > *str = streamSock.recv( 64000 )* stmt below?
> > > Although I put *64000 *bytes, I consistently do not get more than
> > *5562*bytes.
> > > When this happens the server side fails with a *`write`: broken
> > > (Errno::EPIPE)* msg.
> > > I know that the variable, *userCMD_output* contains all the data, since
> > I
> > > printed to the screen for testing.
>
> > > Thank you
>
> > > This is the server code:
>
> > >         require 'socket'
> > >         port = 19557
> > >         server = TCPServer.new("", port)
>
> > >         while (session = server.accept)
> > >                 input = session.gets
> > >                 userCMD_output = `#{input}`
> > >                 session.write("#{userCMD_output}")
> > >                 session.close
> > >         end
>
> > > This is the client code:
>
> > >    def runIt( srvr, comm )
> > >         require 'socket'
> > >         port = 19557
> > >         streamSock = TCPSocket.new( srvr, port )
> > >         streamSock.puts("#{comm}\n")
> > >         str = streamSock.recv( 64000 )
> > >         puts "Output from Server: #{srvr}"
> > >         print str
> > >         puts "\n"
> > >         streamSock.close
> > >    end
>
> > See my reply to the last thread you posted (in short, use #read rather
> > than #recv).
>
> > Regards,
> > Jordan

Glad to be of some help! I've received enough help from the group -- I
guess it's about time to give some back. ;)

Regards,
Jordan