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From <vic...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: How do I send prioritized messages with Mina?
Date Wed, 16 Dec 2009 02:00:22 GMT
Thank you for reply. I didn't fully understand what you said last night. Today I read your
message again and found it's really a great approach to this problem. I even needn't create
a new ThreadPoolExecutor.

According what you said, one messasgeWritten trigers another messageWrite until the prioritized
queue in the filter is fully consumed. It just solved my problem. Many thanks!

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From: "Emmanuel Lecharny" <elecharny@gmail.com>
Sent: Tuesday, December 15, 2009 8:38 PM
To: <dev@mina.apache.org>
Subject: Re: How do I send prioritized messages with Mina?

> 刘伟 a écrit :
>>  I'm working on a streaming server using Mina, there are 
>> two types of packets in my server: the control messages that's short but with 
>> higher priority, and the media packets that's big but with lower priority. I 
>> know inside mina there's a message queue maintained for written messages, so 
>> that the write request can return immediately. This makes thing pretty bad: if I

>> want to write a control message, the queue is filled with media data and the 
>> control message is sent until all media data is flushed.
>>  
>>  So I'm expecting a method like: 
>> IoSession.write(IoBuffer message, int priority). For the remaining messages in 
>> the queue, the ones with lower priority always get sent before the ones with 
>> higher priority. Does anyone know there be some package can help me do this? Or 
>> do I need to override an existing Mina class - maybe NioProcessor?
>>   
> One way to handle this is to write a filter you'll add at the beginning 
> of the chain (ie, it will be the last one executed before the messages 
> will be queued to be written). This filter will itself manage the queue 
> of messages, and can manage the priority.
> 
> Messages will be written one by one, and only when the previous one has 
> been sent (ie, the selector is ready for Write). IFAIR, you know that 
> when the messageSent event is received. Then you can send the next 
> message. If there is a higher priority message arriving, then you can 
> immediately write it.
> 
> I *think* this approach can work, assuming that the messageSent can 
> really be handled in this filter. Writing such a filter should not be a 
> complex task, and I guess a POC can we whipped in a few hourd.
> 
> 
> Hope it helps.
> 
> -- 
> Regards,
> Cordialement,
> Emmanuel Lécharny
> www.nextury.com
> 
> 
> 
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