Yes ... fix it!!!
The miniport could truncate the data to a MAX of 256K, giving the app writer
the word rather quickly when the customer starts complaining about lost
data. There's nothing I know of that would prevent the miniport from
breaking the data up into multiple data Packets on the hardware, if the
hardware will support it, but that can be a really royal pain. Other than
that, the only way to CONTROL what the app sends you is to have a very
serious talk with the app writer, possibly truncating said writers paycheck.
Gary G. Little
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Sent: Wednesday, June 22, 2011 10:11 AM
To: Windows System Software Devs Interest List
Subject: RE:[ntdev] Max Transfer lenght
We have the developed the custom application, hence the driver understands
the Io sent by the app.
Is there a way to control the IO request size sent by the application?
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