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From René Rössler (JIRA) <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (COUCHDB-1895) Heartbeat does not always start after connection is established
Date Wed, 25 Sep 2013 13:34:02 GMT

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René Rössler updated COUCHDB-1895:
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    Description: 
I have a database with ~5000 documents and a update sequence of ~100,000.
If I start a filtered, continuous changes stream with heartbeat set to 1000, I get the first
heartbeat after ~1 seconds.
If I start the same changes stream with a heartbeat of 10,000, I get the first heartbeat after
~10 seconds.
But if I start the same changes stream with a heartbeat of 10,000, I get the first heartbeat
after ~57 seconds and the second heartbeat ~2 seconds later.
Getting all the changes without a continuous feed takes about 15 seconds.

I measured the timings with this command:

bq. date && wget --quiet "http://localhost:5984/database/_changes?filter=design/filter&feed=continuous&heartbeat=30000&since=0"
-O /dev/stdout |perl timing.pl

{code:title=timing.pl|borderStyle=solid}
#!/usr/bin/perl

use POSIX qw(strftime);

while(!eof(STDIN))
{
        $line=<STDIN>;
        print strftime("%F %T", localtime), $line;
}
{code}

Couchdb is version 1.4.0 installed via homebrew on Mac OS 10.8.5.

  was:
I have a database with ~5000 documents and a update sequence of ~100,000.
If I start a filtered, continuous changes stream with heartbeat set to 1000, I get the first
heartbeat after ~1 seconds.
If I start the same changes stream with a heartbeat of 10,000, I get the first heartbeat after
~10 seconds.
But if I start the same changes stream with a heartbeat of 10,000, I get the first heartbeat
after ~57 seconds and the second heartbeat ~2 seconds later.
Getting all the changes without a continuous feed takes about 15 seconds.

I measured the timings with this command:

bq. date && wget --quiet "http://localhost:5984/database/_changes?filter=design/filter&feed=continuous&heartbeat=30000&since=0"
-O /dev/stdout |perl timing.pl

{code:title=timing.pl|borderStyle=solid}
#!/usr/bin/perl

use POSIX qw(strftime);

while(!eof(STDIN))
{
        $line=<STDIN>;
        print strftime("%F %T", localtime), $line;
}
{code}

Couchdb is version 1.4.0 installed via homebrew on is Mac OS 10.8.5.

    
> Heartbeat does not always start after connection is established
> ---------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: COUCHDB-1895
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/COUCHDB-1895
>             Project: CouchDB
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: HTTP Interface
>            Reporter: René Rössler
>
> I have a database with ~5000 documents and a update sequence of ~100,000.
> If I start a filtered, continuous changes stream with heartbeat set to 1000, I get the
first heartbeat after ~1 seconds.
> If I start the same changes stream with a heartbeat of 10,000, I get the first heartbeat
after ~10 seconds.
> But if I start the same changes stream with a heartbeat of 10,000, I get the first heartbeat
after ~57 seconds and the second heartbeat ~2 seconds later.
> Getting all the changes without a continuous feed takes about 15 seconds.
> I measured the timings with this command:
> bq. date && wget --quiet "http://localhost:5984/database/_changes?filter=design/filter&feed=continuous&heartbeat=30000&since=0"
-O /dev/stdout |perl timing.pl
> {code:title=timing.pl|borderStyle=solid}
> #!/usr/bin/perl
> use POSIX qw(strftime);
> while(!eof(STDIN))
> {
>         $line=<STDIN>;
>         print strftime("%F %T", localtime), $line;
> }
> {code}
> Couchdb is version 1.4.0 installed via homebrew on Mac OS 10.8.5.

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