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Question Correctly Stress Testing Netcode

Discussion in 'Netcode for GameObjects' started by Juniorprs, Sep 12, 2022.

  1. Juniorprs

    Juniorprs

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    Hello. I am currently trying to decide on what type of Network Solution to use for a project. And for that, i made a simple network stress test program for each solution.
    This program creates a GameObject that sends or receives messages of a fixed size every update (via Rpcs).


    However, when i run the NetCode version of the program, i keep getting the following message: "no free events for message in the pool".

    My NetworkManager is using the UNetTransport component with:
    • MessageBufferSize and MaxMessageQueueSize equal to 65535.
    • MessageSendMode equal to Immediately.

    Am i doing something wrong? Or is this the expected result when sending messages every update?
     
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