54 packages returned for Tags:"pool"

A generic, concurrent, portable and flexible Object Pool for the .NET Framework. It is completely based on the Code Project article of Ofir Makmal (http://goo.gl/4qig6T). Library is production ready and it is successfully working in real life systems. Original source code has been modified, in order... More information
  • 6,557 total downloads
  • last updated 10/24/2018
  • Latest version: 0.4.0.1347
  • Object Pool
A light weight and thread safe generic object pool. For more information please visit: https://github.com/yanggujun/commonsfornet/wiki/Commons.Pool
Very simple plugin to refresh the Application Pool for the site from an Umbraco developer section dashboard. This plugin just creates an AppSetting key that stores a date. When the refresh button is clicked the AppSetting key value is updated with the current date and time. So it is just simpley... More information
This is a socket framework based on C # net standard2.0 write, can be used for .NET Framework / dotnet core assembly, can run in window (IOCP) / linux (epoll) .Use asynchronous connection, asynchronous send, asynchronous receive, Performance burst tables, and pass the stress test.
A simple lightweight object pool for fast and simple object reuse. (C# - Source file) Fast lightweight thread-safe object pool for objects that are expensive to create or could efficiently be reused. Note: this nuget package contains c# source code and depends on System.Collections.Concurrent... More information
This package helps auto-restart a asp.net application hosted in iis after a shutdown. Just in 2 steps: adding a library and setting a couple of config settings. Configuration info on project's url
  • 1,639 total downloads
  • last updated 1/11/2019
  • Latest version: 2.0.1.6-g83eba8e
  • memorypool pool memory
When you request buffer of size N from `System.Buffers.MemoryPool<T>` returns `IMemoryOwner<T>` which can hold `Memory<T>` at least N elements. That proves to be a problem in some scenarios like passing serialized data back to your users. You need to pass them one more field: actual length of data.... More information