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How to redefine internal buffer size?

 
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Hi gurus,
I've been trying to find out how to redefine the buffer size for a BufferedOutputStream. The java specs for BufferedOutputStream says "The data is written into an internal buffer, and then written to the underlying stream if the buffer reaches its capacity, the buffer output stream is closed, or the buffer output stream is explicitly flushed."
Is there a way I can increase the buffer size?
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Arnold
 
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You can specify the buffer size in the BufferedOutputStream constructor. I don't think you can change it later.
 
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