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    Adjust the timeout barrier so that its more flexible on network delays. It is very important to consider doing that especially when your server application will run in a remote machine. Other than that, avoid whatever causes delays in network.

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    This exception emerges when a blocking operation of the two, an accept or a read, is blocked for a certain amount of time, called the timeout.

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