[zeromq-dev] problem running two 0mq applications on one host side-by-side

Chris Dinn cdinn at mdialog.com
Mon Apr 16 16:07:42 CEST 2012

> The main cause (actually the only one I know) for corrupted messages
> is when you send from a buffer (using zmq_msg_init_data) and then free
> or reuse the buffer. Since data isn't copied, if the original buffer
> isn't valid when the message actually gets sent (at some later point
> by the I/O thread), it'll send garbage.

Thanks for the tip Pieter, looks like you were exactly right. It appears that the Scala binding is using JNA to allocate a buffer for zmq_msg_init_data, but doing nothing to ensure that the buffer is still valid at the time the message is actually sent.


I'm working on a fix now. Thanks again.


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