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From Hervé BARRAULT <herve.barra...@gmail.com>
Subject STOMP benchmarks / Apache Apollo / ActiveMQ
Date Mon, 20 Feb 2012 17:45:40 GMT
Hi,
i have seen an interesting benchmark of activemq :
http://hiramchirino.com/blog/2012/02/apache-apollo-1-0-released/

But there are some measurements that i don't understand :
Queue Load/UnloadPersistentLoad : 20b payload => AMQ 5.5.1 ~ 250 msgs/s
(Apollo not really stable ~500 msgs/s)

Fan In/Out Load ScenariosQueue: 1 consumer/1 producer Persistent (20b
payload) => AMQ 5.5.1 ~260 msgs/s (Apollo ~570 msgs/s)
Queue: 10 consumer/5 producers Persistent (20b payload) => AMQ 5.5.1 ~2.7k
msgs/s (Apollo not really stable ~5k msgs/s) <= more than 5 times 1
producer ???

Topic : 1 consumer/1producer Persistent (20b payload) => AMQ 5.5.1 ~4k
msgs/s (Apollo ~5k msgs/s) (16 times queue performance ???)

Partitioned Load ScenariosQueue: 1 consumer/1producer Persistent 1k msg =>
AMQ 5.5.1 ~250 msgs/s ((Apollo not really stable ~400 msgs/s)
Topic: 1 consumer/1producer Persistent 1k msg => AMQ 5.5.1 ~4k msgs/s
((Apollo ~5k5 msgs/s)

Request/Reply Scenarios

Queue: 1 consumer/1producer Persistent  (20b payload) => AMQ 5.5.1 ~1150
msgs/s ((Apollo not really stable ~1400 msgs/s)



Why are topics such more efficient than queues (16 times) ?

Why hast request/reply scenario better result than a simple load test ?


Thanks in advance for answers.

Regards

Hervé

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