In my previous post I demonstrated MSMQ on Windows with the .NET Framework. But what if we want to use .NET Core and be OS portable?
MSMQ from .NET
It is often a requirement to reliably deliver messages even when the network is periodically down or the machine is power cycled. When using Windows, Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ) is an old standby for persistent storage of queued messages. This post looks at how to set up MSMQ and interact with it from .NET.
Perils of Network I/O
Being aware of the myriad ways in which network I/O can fail goes a long way toward creating a robust system and diagnosing problems. Continue reading Perils of Network I/O
Perils of Disk I/O
Being aware of the myriad ways in which disk I/O can fail goes a long way toward creating a robust system and diagnosing problems. Continue reading Perils of Disk I/O
When you write to a memory cell, will you always read back the same value? The vast majority of the time the answer is yes. For an individual using a personal computer the odds and consequences of failure are small enough to be irrelevant. But in some systems it can be a regular concern.
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