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From Rob Davies <rajdav...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Slow network throughput NMS -> 2mb / Sec
Date Tue, 31 Jul 2007 18:08:38 GMT
We are always grateful of contributions - it would be great if you  
could help out - the community of users and developers is what apache  
projects are about afterall.


cheers,

Rob

'Go Get Integrated -  ride the Camel! - http://activemq.apache.org/ 
camel/'
http://rajdavies.blogspot.com/



On Jul 31, 2007, at 5:29 PM, André Jager wrote:

>
> Hello,
>
> I use ActiveMQ (4.1.1) in conjunction with C# and am experiencing  
> very bad
> network performance.
>
> I wrote a test program to test the performance. The client sends  
> 4kb Byte
> Messages, the server reads the queue, acknowledges the messages and  
> discards
> the content. Client and server are written in C# using the latest  
> NMS /
> ActiveMQ client.
>
> Since I was suspecting DOTNET Sockets to be a bottleneck, I wrote a  
> small
> Client / Server program sending 4 kb blocks using DOTNET sockets.  
> The Client
> and Server are written in C#.
>
> In both cases I send the same data, a 700 mb stream. With ActiveMQ  
> I can put
> through 2 mb / Sec, with the bare metal socket implementation in  
> DOTNET I
> get a 27 mb / Sec throughput (1gb network).
>
> At the server, when I run the ActiveMQ test client, I see the JAVA  
> VM jump
> to 80% CPU (for what it is, I have no experience with JAVA).
>
> Is there a general performance problem or is there a performance  
> problem in
> conjunction with NMS.
>
> Who wrote NMS, maybe we can contribute to the project solving these
> performance issues (if they are present in NMS).
>
> thanks,
> André Jager
> -- 
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>


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