The current Stream implementation does not support the write operation. These methods are still available in the. The default implementation of BeginWrite on a stream calls the Write method synchronously, which means that Write might block on some streams.
NetworkStream is considered to be in an "end of stream" state when the other side has initiated possible one-way shutdown. That's when ReadAsync or Read, for that matter returns zero - not in any other case. The MSDN documentation can be easily misunderstood - mainly because you're looking at the wrong piece of documentation.
NetworkStream doesn't override ReadAsync there's no reason to do soso you're actually looking at the documentation for the generic Stream.
In contrast, the documentation for NetworkStream. This method reads data into the buffer parameter and returns the number of bytes successfully read. If no data is available for reading, the Read method returns 0.
The Read operation reads as much data as is available, up to the number of bytes specified by the size parameter. If the remote host shuts down the connection, and all available data has been received, the Read method completes immediately and return zero bytes.
Note the final sentence, which tells you what it actually means for a NetworkStream to be "end of stream".
This is how TCP connections are closed. Your response to this should usually be shutting down the connection from the other side as well - return out of your helper method and clean up the socket. If you want a few pointers on how to handle C asynchronous sockets with await, have a look at my sample at https: Note the disclaimers - this is in no way production ready.
But it does solve a few of the very common mistakes people make when implementing TCP communication.The Write has to get transferred from the application to the network card which is done by the PC tick timer which could add msec to transfer time.
The opposite occurs on the receiving end that the network card sends data up to the application through the tick timer adding additional delays.
I think you can try using multithread to solve this problem. I have met this circumstance and multithread is a good choice to solve. You can create a thread to write and a thread to read. benjaminpohle.comailable This property doesn't notify you if the socket is closed on the server side.
In your situation, you can either implement a "keepalive" function where you poll the connection every t minutes/seconds, or add lots of try/catches whenever you try to read or write from the socket.
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Redis scripting has support for MessagePack because it is a fast and compact serialization format with a simple to implement specification.
I liked it so much that I implemented a MessagePack C extension for Lua just to include it into Redis. NetworkStream. 18/p/ with. Home IIS. Cassini fails with An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host Async Socket.
[Answered] RSS Unable to read data from the transport connection: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host. An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host exceptions.