[zeromq-dev] UDP without PGM

Ben Kloosterman bklooste at gmail.com
Tue Apr 26 05:26:18 CEST 2016

Just leave the UDP ..  I use UDP  as a separate channel and its so
different that it should always be considered different eg no guarantee ,
no packet > 64K / MTU  etc etc Forcing it to the sane structure is likely
to be a bad idea.


On Tue, Apr 26, 2016 at 8:10 AM, TL;DR <tldr1969 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi, I just wanted to kick this conversation again.
> Does anyone have any pointers to patches or experimental versions that
> provide UDP datagram transport without PGM?  Just plain UDP for
> unicast/multicast.
> I have migrated pretty much all services in a system over to ZeroMQ.  But
> there is a use case where I use UDP today, and haven't been able to do so.
> I'm thinking there must be others (esp in finance) who are in the same boat.
> PGM is a non-starter because auto-magical but late delivery is worse for
> us than no delivery in this use case.  These particular applications have
> more complex behavior when they have missed something, and there is a
> favored application level mechanism for detection of missed messages and
> recovery.
> Thanks for any advice,
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