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pasztorpisti17-Aug-13 7:01
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Could you please post the code of the whole network loop? This info isn't enough. Send also the code/functions (like cancel) that are used to send signal to your network thread and indicate which thread calls what and what does the network thread does in case of a cancel.

BTW, why are you using UPD? You should use TCP to transfer data. In case of UDP you have to implement congestion control and reliability (defense against packet loss) yourself. Is it some kind of real-time data transfer (like audio/video streaming) where data loss is not a problem?

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