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File Sharing - Improve the performance (sharing speed)

Sameera Subasinghe
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Joined: Jun 16, 2009
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Actually these class files are the files that i am using to share a file.

Can some one help me to improve the performance of sharing a large size of file???
(Internet bandwidth is one of major problems.But I need a code wise solution)


Thank you !!!


JCE: please use code tags
Joe Ess
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The online book Java Platform Performance has some basic rules regarding IO performance, along with ideas on how to measure and compare throughput. The upper bound on throughput is going to be your network, and there's not much tweaking Java code can do a bout that.


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