In function 'uint32_t TSocket::read(uint8_t* buf, uint32_t len)', there's an miscalculation which can lead to wrong judgment:
struct timeval begin;
// do some thing
struct timeval end;
uint32_t readElapsedMicros = (((end.tv_sec - begin.tv_sec) * 1000 * 1000)
+ (((uint64_t)(end.tv_usec - begin.tv_usec))));
'readElapsedMicros' will be very large when 'end.tv_usec < begin.tv_usec'.
This will lead to throw unexpected "TTransportException::TIMED_OUT"(or called "EAGAIN (timed out)") exception sometimes.
(1)I don't think the "usleep(50);" call in the same function above is necessary, I think delete this call could improve performance.
(2)I don't know why 'readElapsedMicros' compare with 'eagainThresholdMicros', which is not the value (recvTimeout_*1000), but:
eagainThresholdMicros = (recvTimeout_*1000)/ ((maxRecvRetries_>0) ? maxRecvRetries_ : 2);
can anyone tell me someting about this? Thank you!