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Subject: Re: JCA problems and questions
From: Till Straumann <strauman@slac.stanford.edu>
To: "Chu, Paul" <chu@frib.msu.edu>
Cc: "'Matej Sekoranja'" <matej.sekoranja@cosylab.com>, "tech-talk@aps.anl.gov" <tech-talk@aps.anl.gov>
Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2012 01:04:53 +0200
Is that really true? The way I recall it (but it has been a while I dived into that subject) is

if use_env property is true then
  1.
else
  2.
  3.
  4.
endif

- T.

On 10/23/2012 11:01 PM, Chu, Paul wrote:
When I first implemented this feature at SLAC, I believe JCA or CAJ took the following override order (higher number overrides lower ones, e.g. 2 overrides 1):

1. EPICS environment variables
2. System level JCALibrary.properties (in system JRE or JDK's lib folder)
3. User level JCALibrary.properties (e.g. in user's ~/.JCALibrary for Linux)
4. Command line -D option

Paul

-----Original Message-----
From: tech-talk-bounces@aps.anl.gov [mailto:tech-talk-
bounces@aps.anl.gov] On Behalf Of Mark Rivers
Sent: Tuesday, October 23, 2012 4:37 PM
To: 'Matej Sekoranja'; tech-talk@aps.anl.gov
Subject: RE: JCA problems and questions

Hi Matej,

Thanks for the reply.

Lewis also pointed out the new feature of caj.use_env to have CAJ use the
traditional EPICS environment variables.  I am now using that in the
areaDetector ImageJ plugin.  However, I have a couple of questions:

- What is the order of obtaining values from a JCALibrary.properties file
versus the EPICS environment variables?

- Is the new caj.use_env documented anywhere except the single line in the
change notes?

Thanks,
Mark


From: tech-talk-bounces@aps.anl.gov [mailto:tech-talk-
bounces@aps.anl.gov] On Behalf Of Matej Sekoranja
Sent: Tuesday, October 23, 2012 3:33 PM
To: tech-talk@aps.anl.gov
Subject: Re: JCA problems and questions

Hi,

Rok Sabjan notified me about this thread. Thanks to Lewis for replies.

The old send buffer algorithm was to initialize the send buffer size
to max_array_bytes and automatically resize on demand (there is one send
buffer per TCP connection). Not something one would dare to use on a
server, however very convenient on the client side.

However, if a client has a lot of connections there is a lot of memory required
when max_array_bytes is large (e.g. 100 connection * 10MB = 1GB!).
Current algorithm starts with an initial size of 1k that can be automatically
resized up to max_array_bytes.
This also mimics C++ CA algorithm (that has also evolved over the years).

Cheers,
Matej



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RE: JCA problems and questions Chu, Paul
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