data transfer via bus daemon
thiago at kde.org
Thu Sep 20 23:49:10 PDT 2007
Pa1 K wrote:
>So if two processes are communicating via bus daemon, using TCP sockets,
>then there will be 2 TCP connections- 1. process A to bus daemon; 2
> process B to bus daemon. If we need to transfer large amount of data in
> this setup, is it a ideal solution to use? OR is it possible in Dbus
> for two applications to transfer data directly between each other,
> after discovering each other via the bus, and then bypassing the bus.
> And thus the overhead of two TCP connections is reduced to one TCP
That is what I recommend: once the two applications discover each other,
they should open a faster channel for transferring a large bulk of data.
Transferring it over the daemon is very inefficient.
Thiago Macieira - thiago (AT) macieira.info - thiago (AT) kde.org
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