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From Gordon Sim <g...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: Why performance of sending durable messages to qpid queue is really bad?
Date Mon, 23 Jun 2014 07:54:24 GMT
On 06/21/2014 12:09 AM, smartdog wrote:
> 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.

Note that the store is built as a separate library, loaded on demand by 
qpidd. So you would need to use the fixed version of that executable 
(qpidd itself isn't actually affected by the change).

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