Yes I am also encountering the issue where two successive writes are picked up by second read. Please let me know how to handle this. My scenario is this one. I have multiple files whose data has to be sent via a socket and on the same connection the response data has to be picked up. I am able to get responses for the first two files. But for third file 40 % of the response data is being written to one output file and the rest to another file.
There is no consistency in the recv of response and then writing the data to the output files. any help is appreciated.
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