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From cobrien <clark.obr...@ttmsolutions.com>
Subject Re: Slow producing of messages, expected behaviour?
Date Thu, 01 Jul 2010 16:11:14 GMT

Matthias,
If do not require guaranteed delivery to the broker you can set
jms.useAsyncSend=true so the producer 
does not wait for an acknowledgement from the broker before sending the next
message. 

The caveat here is that if message is lost between the producer and broker
you will not be notified. 

Clark 

www.ttmsolutions.com 
ActiveMQ reference guide at 
http://bit.ly/AMQRefGuide




matthiask wrote:
> 
> I'm trying to improve the performance of our backend and is currently as
> benchmark using a use case that takes about ~800 ms to execute and
> produces 40 JMS messages that are put on a queue (BytesMessage). Each
> message is a few kb.
> 
> If I dummy out the JMS delivery, the same use case takes about 40 ms to
> finish, meaning that it spends most of it time waiting for messages to get
> accepted by ActiveMQ. I have also verified this by profiling.
> 
> The delivery is performed using a JmsTemplate, configured with a pooled
> connection factory.
> 
> Without going into more detail, is this expected behavior, around 20 ms or
> so for a message to get delivered, or am I missing something obvious that
> could speed this up.
> 
> I'm currently looking at making architectural changes that would mean that
> the actual sending of the messages don't need to be synchronized with the
> use case, but it would require some redesigning and I would rather see
> that I would be able to use the current "simple" approach with messages
> being sent as they are produced by the application.
> 
> Any input or help would be greatly appreciated. Any more info I can
> provide?
> 
> Matthias 
> 

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