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From smartdog <jwjjj1...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Why performance of sending durable messages to qpid queue is really bad?
Date Fri, 20 Jun 2014 23:09:21 GMT
Thanks for that. After changing it from 500 to 10, I am able to get 20ms
latency for a send. Pretty cool.

But I cannot reproduce it on another machine, i.e. after I copied the
rebuilt qpidd executable with reduced timeout to another machine, the
latency is still 1000ms on that machine, unless I rebuild qpidd on that
machine, then all qpidd executables have 20ms latency.

So I guess the build process changed something only on the machine, not the
qpidd executable, legacystore.so, etc. How to work around this because we
don't want to build qpidd from src on every machine.

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