Transaction ID question.
nietzsche at lysator.liu.se
Thu Apr 2 11:31:21 PDT 2015
Well to start off with a high TID does not work well... So I havent tried it.
But a 32-bit integer is large enough to not cause any real life issues for some weeks and when it does one (read: me) will notice there is no communication available and handle it accordingly...
A pity one wont get a medal for longest up time though ;-)
Happy easter to all of you and "Christos is (truly) risen" for our russian orthodox subscribers (albeit having easter on sunday 12th).
I will try getting into STK, USSD and other service during this easter (not the phonebook however).
Den 31 mar 2015 22:18 skrev Aleksander Morgado <aleksander at aleksander.es>:
> On Tue, Mar 31, 2015 at 9:23 PM, Markus Gothe <nietzsche at lysator.liu.se> wrote:
> > Is there any decent way to reset the TID in MBIM like in QMI (however you sync the CID in QMI)...
> > What happens when the TID overflows??? How should this be handled?
> > Let's say you poll the modem instead of using notifications. Then you will run out of TIDs fairly quick (weeks prolly).
> Not sure; have you tried to start off with a very high transaction id
> from the beginning, so that it reaches the max one earlier? I guess it
> would just rollback to start from 0 again; that's likely what libmbim
> is already doing.
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