I have many DOS console executable programs running sumultaneously in a PC with Windows XP Proffesionnal, in a automatized process, scheduled every 10 minutes. In the process I use the ftp service, to transfer data.
For months (almost a year) all the things works OK., but suddenly I have intermittent ftp service, but almost
all the time the programs try to use the ftp returns with the message: ftp bind: no buffer space supported.
I read the related article in this forum, where they related to winsock allocated memory, and one possible solution
is to increase the buffer size for UDP or TCP. My question is how I can increase this buffer size ?