Issue with co::serializable in recent Collage version?
I've got a distributed object that inherits from co::Serializable. This objects serializes a few kilobytes of data all at once, which is then pushed to slave instances. No subsequent commits happen to that object.
Everything was working fine and dandy with previous versions of EQ (this is actually code that's barely been touched in two years or so). Recently, I pulled from the eyscale repos to the latest versions of all the libraries (Collage commit: 378ab5c677c8bfd0a7e8614fe73c158eb6357a65).
Now I'm noticing the following behavior. If i commit less than 600-700 bytes of data, everything works fine. However, if I serialize more than that, I get a bunch of errors within co::fdConnection ("Invalid argument (22)", "Error during write after 0 bytes, closing connection", etc).
Re: Issue with co::serializable in recent Collage version?
I confirm that there is an issue while sending 'big' data in a Collage::Object, for instance a char in a co::Array. What I found out so far that it is related to compression, so in the meantime you can workaround it by disabling compression on the object (overwrite chooseCompressor()).
Nevertheless, please create an issue on the Collage github page so we and you can track the progress of fixing this issue. @eile is working in this area and might already have a solution, but now there is more pressure on our end to get this fixed asap :)