Can someone explain this WARNING: Queue full, dropped one or more elements?
I run a multicast client that sends messages across LAN using JxtaMulticastSocket and Datagrams.
When I let the system run for a longer time I get this:
Apr 27, 2010 5:13:32 PM net.jxta.impl.util.UnbiasedQueue push3
WARNING: Queue full, dropped one or more elements. Now dropped 103 elements.
I've taken a peak into the UnbiasedQueue and, from what I understand, it just dropes some datagrams that I send on the client in order to make more room in the queue for new ones.
The application seems to work, but I would like to know how I could avoid this warning.
In the case it's not possible to avoid it, does it pose a threat to an application? (when staying alive for longer perioads of time)