Blocking on a Socket read operation while in sleep mode

by Omer Gilad » Tue, 29 Dec 2009 06:11:02 GMT

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 I have code that runs in the background and holds a connected Socket
and it's InputStream.
It calls read() infinitely until something is received, then continues
to parse. Socket timeout is 0 of course.

I am interested in what would happen when the device goes to sleep? Is
the CPU off? Will this socket be responsive in this case (Say, my
server sends some notification)?



Blocking on a Socket read operation while in sleep mode

by Raj » Wed, 20 Jan 2010 02:06:36 GMT

 Yes, the CPU is OFF when the device goes to sleep. The socket is non-
responsive at this time.
Hope that helpps.

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