Re: DatagramChannel.receive()

lightning <>
Thu, 31 Jan 2008 21:19:36 -0800 (PST)
resps is a ConcurrentLinkedQueue<ToSendData>

On 2=D4 1=C8=D5, =CF =CE=E71=CA=B109=B7=D6, lightning <huang.lightn...@g=> wrote:

I use a selector to manage the unblocking DatagramChannel,
When I got the event that I can read from the channel
I call this method.

What I wanna know is - Is this method perform an I/O operation
at lower-layer or just copy bits from a place in the memory.

If it is the former, do I need to use multithread to invoke receive()
to make better performance???

this is part of my code:

                        selector =;
                        SelectionKey key = channel.register(selector, ch=


                        while (run) {


                                if (key.isValid() && key.isReadable()) {

                                        ByteBuffer buffer = ByteBuffer




                                        InetSocketAddress sock = (InetSo=

cketAddress) channel

                                        if (sock == null)
                              "received No." + received=


                                                        + " datagram");
                                        String ip = sock.getAddress().ge=


                                        int port = sock.getPort();
                                        if (!Crypt.decrypt(buffer.array(),=

 buffer.position())) {

                                                log.warn("checksum error=



                                        P2IHeaderInfo header = P2IHeader=



                                        DispatchData data = new Dispatch=

Data(header, buffer, ip,

                                                        port, receivedData=


                                        Task task = new Task(Task.DISPAT=

CH, data);

                                if (key.isValid() && key.isWritable()) {

                                        for(ToSendData data=resps.poll()=

;data != null;data=resps.poll())

                                                        String ip = data=


                                                int port = data.getPort(=


                                                ByteBuffer buffer = data=



(), buffer.remaining());

                                                byte[] x = new byte[buff=



ray(), 0, x, 0, buffer



                                      "Server sends No.=

" + sendDatagramCount

                                                                + " datagr=

am: ");

                                                channel.send(buffer, new I=

netSocketAddress(ip, port));

                                // }

                } catch (Exception ex) {
                } finally {
                        if (selector != null) {
                                try {
                                } catch (IOException e) {
                                        // TODO Auto-generated catch block=

                        if (channel != null) {
                                try {
                                } catch (IOException e) {
                                        // TODO Auto-generated catch block=


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