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comment IPC linux huge transaction
I just checked it is the same as on Windows. I edited the answer with example. You use read() and write() to access data inside the pipe.
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comment IPC linux huge transaction
And yes you can read sequentially.
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comment IPC linux huge transaction
On Windows Pipes are in fact memory mapped files. You use then just the way you use files. On Linux I guess should be very similar or the same. You read and write from / to pipes in chunks the size of your choosing. So you can write / read 64K per chunk or you can do the whole content in one read / write.
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comment If I open a port and add an exception to the Windows firewall, should I ask the user first?
Yes it is a bad practice. You have to ask the user. Opening a port can be a potential security risk.
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