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From surya prakash <asuryaprakash...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: how to set qpid.session.max_ack_delay in cpp
Date Mon, 24 Oct 2011 09:49:46 GMT
Hi ,
check this there is no diff
 qpid-perftest  --sync-publish=true  --durable=true --count=10 --tcp-nodelay
Processing 1 messages from qpid-perftest_sub_ready . done.
Sending start 1 times to qpid-perftest_pub_start
Processing 1 messages from qpid-perftest_pub_done .
 done.
Processing 1 messages from qpid-perftest_sub_done . done.

Total 20 transfers of 1024 bytes in 9.55857 seconds.

Publish transfers/sec:
1.04628
Average: 1.04628

Subscribe transfers/sec:
1.16293
Average: 1.16293

Total transfers/sec:      2.09236
Total Mbytes/sec: 0.00204332

Best Regads,
surya

On Mon, Oct 24, 2011 at 3:14 PM, Gordon Sim <gsim@redhat.com> wrote:

> On 10/24/2011 08:23 AM, surya prakash wrote:
>
>> HI,
>>
>> i tried this command on my system this is giving following result can you
>> check and give me the reason why it is sleeping 1 sec after sending one
>> message and how to remove that sleep and where to remove.
>>
>> qpid-perftest  --sync-publish=true  --durable=true --count=10
>> Processing 1 messages from qpid-perftest_sub_ready . done.
>> Sending start 1 times to qpid-perftest_pub_start
>> Processing 1 messages from qpid-perftest_pub_done .
>>  done.
>> Processing 1 messages from qpid-perftest_sub_done . done.
>>
>> Total 20 transfers of 1024 bytes in 9.56732 seconds.
>>
>> Publish transfers/sec:
>> 1.04938
>> Average: 1.04938
>>
>> Subscribe transfers/sec:
>> 1.16709
>> Average: 1.16709
>>
>> Total transfers/sec:      2.09045
>> Total Mbytes/sec: 0.00204145
>>
>
> There is something strange in your setup. Here is what I see:
>
>  qpid-perftest  --sync-publish=true  --durable=true --count=1000
>>
>> Processing 1 messages from qpid-perftest_sub_ready . done.
>> Sending start 1 times to qpid-perftest_pub_start
>> Processing 1 messages from qpid-perftest_pub_done . done.
>> Processing 1 messages from qpid-perftest_sub_done . done.
>>
>> Total 2000 transfers of 1024 bytes in 0.797297 seconds.
>>
>> Publish transfers/sec:
>> 1309.09
>> Average: 1309.09
>>
>> Subscribe transfers/sec:
>> 1190.33
>> Average: 1190.33
>>
>> Total transfers/sec:      2508.47
>> Total Mbytes/sec: 2.44968
>>
>
> Try running with --durable=false for a comparison, and then perhaps with
> sync-publish=false (I get about 6000 sync publishes for transient, 20,000+
> for async durable, and about 40,000+ for async transient on my laptop).
>
> You could also try with --tcp-nodelay both on perftest and on qpidd.
>
>
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