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  1. The advantage is that indexing an array of refnums does not change the internal semi-hidden active plot state of the control.
  2. I think either of those ideas would be superior. The graph should have a plots property that returns an array of plot references. We see this architecture with things like tabs having an array of page references. An invoke node that didn't force you to do a write when you only want to do a read would also avoid this problem. Even if it was a single action, is there a promise to maintain that in future versions? I solved this issue by wrapping the graph reference in a DVR.
  3. I just got hit by this bug. My writer below works fine (never exits) as long as I don't start enable the reader (top loop). I see my error now but the design was ripe for it. reader breaks writer.vi
  4. I couldn't actually find that example there. Is there a package I need? Or maybe it was moved or renamed in a different version of LV
  5. I don't know about you guys but I hate writing strings. There's just too many ways to mess it up and, in this case, it might just be to tedious. So, I wanted to create a way to make SQLite create and insert statements based on a cluster. The type infrencing code was based on JDP Science's SQLite Library. Thanks! create and insert from cluster.vi
  6. How was the Con? Do you know if/when the videos will be posted to Youtube?
  7. I tested two other computers. Interestingly, I found out on those computers, the consumer looking for the end condition couldn't keep up. I would think a U8 comparison would be reasonably speedy. But, once I stopped checking the whole array, I could get 11Gbps. The video was pretty useless as the mfg doesn't have recommended settings as far as I know. I don't know if I have the patience to fine tune it on my own. Parallel helps. I don't understand why but the improvement is a few times faster than you'd expect by multiplying the single worker rate by the number of workers. I'm more interested in single connections at this time though.
  8. Good tip. I hate type guessing. I'm looking at you TDMS Pallet.
  9. Localhost is a little faster: 3.4gbps Seeing 80% CPU use single logical processor and 35% averaged over all the processors iperf on local host with default options isn't doing great: ~900Mbps but very little cpu use I suspect there's a better tool for Windows.
  10. I submitted my code. I don't think I had any greedy loops. I wonder if there's a greedy section of TCP Read though.
  11. I got similar performance from iperf. My question then is what knobs do I have to tweak to get closer to 10Gbps? I attached my benchmark code if anyone is curious about the 100% CPU. I see that on the server which is receiving the data, not the client which is sending. The client's busiest logical processor is at 35% CPU. The server still has 1 logical processor at 100% use and as far as I can tell, its all used in the TCP Read primitive tcp bandwidth test Folder.zip
  12. Has anyone done a bandwidth test to see how much data they can push through a 10GbE connection? I'm currently seeing ~2Gbps. One logical processor is at 100%. I could try to push more but I'm wondering what other people have seen out there. I'm using a packet structure similar to STM. I bet jumbo frames would help. Processor on PC that transmits the data: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1515M v5 @ 2.80GHz, 2808 Mhz, 4 Core(s), 8 Logical Processor(s)
  13. FYI, in my particular case there's no UI. It's all headless RT code targeting a ZYNQ [sb,c]RIO. There's a few TCP loops, some logic for homing motors, some RS232 commands out, a bit of data processing/analysis, etc. I can't go out to a dll because my main roadblock is the run time engine. If I can get the run time engine working then I'll just keep everything as LabVIEW. Speaking of data flow, do you think some languages are better targets than others? The options I'm considering Java and Python mostly because I want memory management to stay out of my way as much as possible. Re: black pill. There are many other things I'd prefer to spend my time on.
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