Read buffer size

The read buffer size feature specifies the buffer size, in bytes, that is used to read from I/O streams.

Buffering increases the speed of reading from IO streams. You can read a larger block of data at a time than when reading a single character from the network or the disk.

You can specify the buffer size while configuring an adapter or use the default buffer size (1024 bytes).

The following adapters support the read buffer size feature:

  • Telnet
  • Command Line and Session-based CLI
  • SSH

You can also specify <read-buffer-size> as a command attribute in the adapter request. For details, see Command attribute for specifying the buffer size.

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