[logback-user] Socket

Greg Flex greg.flex at gmail.com
Fri Oct 31 00:13:37 CET 2008

Hi Guys,
I'd like to find out what is the maximum file size I can send over the
network with the client-server appenders idea.
I'm using it at the moment and when sending more than, it seems like 252
bytes, on the server side I'm getting an
exception: Caught java.net.SocketException closing connection.
The file with 252 OR smaller will get written (or printed to the console)
however at the end I still get the
exception (when the connection if closed).
I'm trying to run the client on one computer and server on another (it's not
localhost etc.).
With the socket I can write the a file and store them on the server's HD
with the speed as if they were processed/written locally.
So the performance is great... I'm just not getting any data bigger the
above stated 252 bytes.
The file I'm trying to transfer over and log is about 3.4KB.
Can someone help
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