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From xabhi <xabh...@gmail.com>
Subject JMS to STOMP transformation causes throughput drop in STOMP consumers
Date Thu, 31 Mar 2016 10:39:41 GMT
Hi,
I am trying to benchmark throughput for my nodejs consumer (STOMP). The
producer is in Java sending JMS text and map messages.

With text messages, I see that nodejs consumer is able to handle 10
Kmsgs/sec without any pending messages

But when I send Map messages and using nodejs consumer (with header
'transformation': jms-map-json), the throughput drops to 0.5 Kmsgs/sec.

I am not able to understand where this bottleneck is coming. The broker has
messages in pending queue and i see unacknowledged messages in jconsole.

Why is that the node consumer can consumer text messages faster that map
messages if ultimately both are sent in TEXT format from ActiveMQ?

Does anyone from ActiveMQ dev knows about this behavior? Any help will be
appreciated

Thanks,
Abhishek




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