Someone asked the following questions, I know there are many gurus on
1. How does an application determine send buffer when it issues send
2. Is there relation between send buffer and size of tcp receive window
as sent by the receiving end ?
3. If, in a packet trace, I see sender who puts a push bit after every
64K, does that mean that the sender uses a 64K send buffer
when he issued send call ?
4. Is the use of push bit in send call optional ?
5. Why would you do that in a non-interactive application ? (i.e. bulk
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