donjohnii wrote:Do you have two accounts?
Yes, I do. I had the "u063096" account before, but that was "permenantly banned" for some unknown reason. So I opened another, the "Miq1" account, but the former was reconstituted later - it was in fact you who kindly did it, IIRC. My tablet now remembers the "u063096" one, my desktop PC the other. If it does not disturb you too much I would like to conveniently leave it as is.
donjohnii wrote:Why do you need that particular command to work... why not ignore that particular issue and move on?
It is not that command - that was only handy to test large chunks of data coming in short time.
The application I am developing will contact a server repeatedly with a request and will be sent back 1KB to 4KB data in JSON format. The server is connected by fiber to a major internet hub, so the speed is massive there. As you may know a JSON structure can be broken by a single missing byte, and the application is legally relevant, so that is why I have to verify that I will get all data intact.
donjohnii wrote:I can ask them, but I assume they'll respond in kind... it overflows the internal buffer but doesn't impact normal network operation. What are you looking to do that you can't do now?
See above - some stable empirical evidence for all data being reliably received is the least I must require.