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Richard MacCutchan wrote:
But I would be tempted to use ObjectOutputStream write(byte[](Java Platform SE 7 )[^], rather than writeObject, to send the byte data.

In the past when I used socket but not for files, I had some problems when I was using combination of ObjectOutputStream writeBoolean(), writeInt(), writeUTF(), writeObject(), the order was correct when writing/reading but I was still getting some exceptions, and when I switch to only writeObject() I didn't had any problems. And with objects I have more control over what the server gets from the client when the data is wrong, and shadow ban the IP if it keeps sending the wrong data based on some checks. As java class files can easily be decompiled, they can recreate the code and send part of the data good then wrong one just to be jerks or for phishing data. I have some checks on the server to know when someone clearly wasn't supposed to send data, and ignore it, and it did help.
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I have never had to do any TCP tuning so can't offer any useful suggestions, sorry.

Yeah, until now I didn't had problems, but now with files, also some that can be big, I do care about speed a lot. I'll keep looking and maybe I find a way to remove the limit. As there is clearly a limit because the speed stays around 3 MB/s and I did see someone complaining about the same exact speed, but there wasn't a solution on that thread.
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