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Working on an interesting server application. On a private LAN this serever will handle about 120 clients(socket server) and at the same time it will communicate via 160 serial COM ports(COM server). For that we use multiple "PortServer" boxes by Digi which connect to LAN on server side and provide serial ports on the other. Digi's driver makes COM port control absolutely transparent. The idea is that the apps written for "classical" COM ports should work using "PortSErver" via LAN without a single code change.

Both socket and serial communication are implemented using IOCP. While socket server works fine the COM server starts eating up memory after some time. The nature of serial communication is a constant polling(and remote responses) @9600Bd on all 160 ports. Messages are only 6bytes long and all 160 COM ports hang on a single IOCP. This type of operation puts more strain on IOCP queueing mechanism than a typical LAN data stream. We are quite confident that the memory leak is not some silly thing in our code and here comes the question. Does anybody have experience with this type of IOCP application? I would really appreciate your comments.

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Tom
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