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From "ross.anderson" <ross.ander...@caplin.com>
Subject Re: Deadlock during Client Continuous Query deserialization
Date Fri, 29 Jul 2016 14:51:34 GMT
Glad to be of assistance
I can confirm that setting the queue limit does resolve the initial problem
of updates getting through, but one `put` is taking between 6 and 50
seconds.

Out of curiosity, shouldn't one of these cache update notifications be sent
across the wire just once - and then multicast to the query listeners
locally within the client process?
Currently it seems to generate a lot of load - perhaps I need to rethink our
use of continuous queries?

Best,
Ross



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