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From NimbusParc <nimbusp...@yahoo.in>
Subject Re: QPID AMQP Performance test
Date Tue, 01 Oct 2013 10:40:55 GMT
Gordon Sim wrote
> On 10/01/2013 06:47 AM, NimbusParc wrote:
>> Which version of QPID you are using while testing ?
>> In the recent version of QPID-0.24, the --tcp-nodelay became Yes by
>> default.
>>   If you are using previous versions, you need to pass this argument to
>> get
>> better performance.
> 
> Just for clarification, I suspect (given the executable names) that the 
> question was referring to proton messenger which is on its own release 
> cycle (0.5 being the latest) and where there is no tcp-nodelay option.

Oh.. When answering to this question, i am just doing the same performance
test for my C++ broker.
At that time by seeing this question, i  know this is about proton messenger
but i don't know why i 
answered for the C++ broker. It was totally due to my deep involvement  in
testing the C++ broker.
 Excuse me and What you answered above is very good with clear explanation. 

Gordon Sim wrote
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