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From Rob Davies <rajdav...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: My Benchmark stats
Date Mon, 19 Apr 2010 21:23:36 GMT
Awesome results!

On 18 Apr 2010, at 15:37, Vibe from Boston wrote:

> 
> I will be soon posting the benchmark stats on my blog, but I wanted to post
> it here.
> all on one meaty machine, Intel I7 64bit Windows server, 8GB ram.
> 
> Client sends a message to nio based server [thru xsocket lib]. the nio
> server also sends an acknoledge message [not JMS akg]
> nio server then publishes to a Q. another jvm instance listens on this queue
> and processes the message accordingly. 
> at first, out of th box configuration for active mq, the whole thing ran for
> 1.4 mins for 50,000 messages.
> 
> then i tweaked, it ran in 20 seconds. its absolutely amazing
> [25,000/second]. I really don't care how long the listener would take but i
> do care how much the client took. [the whole intent of going to activemq is
> to defer the processing for a later stage].
> 
> my next test is going to be putting both the nio server/active mq in EC2 and
> call client from local. that would be the true test.
> 
> the tweaks are already well documented, but here it is anyway
> <code>
> alwaysSessionAsync="true" alwaysSyncSend="false" copyMessageOnSend="false"
> disableTimeStampsByDefault="false" dispatchAsync="true" useAsyncSend="true"
> </code>
> 
> i am assuming alwaysSyncSend and useAsyncSend are the same?
> 
> 
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