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Can't receive more than 64KB data using socket from a server socket to hololens's C# client socket
I'm there because i'm developping an application who require to receive a lot more than 64KB data. In fact, everytime i'll try to send data ( basically a string) from a server to the hololens's client C# socket using TCP connection, my hololen's application literally crash. Here's some test i did :
If i send a string of 63,9990234375 KB length, hololens's application crash. ( exactly 64KB - 1 character)
If i send a string of 63.998046875 KB length, everything works perfectly. (exactly 64KB - 2 character)
So i ask you : Is it come from CPU cache limit ? Is it possible to increase/delete this limitation ?