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From Fraser Adams <fraser.ad...@blueyonder.co.uk>
Subject Re: REQEST FEEDBACK Re: How to test the performance quid c++ broker
Date Fri, 25 Jul 2014 17:36:45 GMT
Hey 郑勰,
Qpid should definitely be able to achieve at least 200,000 per second,
though it'll depend on the message size and hardware obviously. Check
out the paper linked below:

http://www.redhat.com/f/pdf/mrg/Reference_Architecture_MRG_Messaging_Throughput.pdf

That paper has something like 380,000 x 256 octet messages per second on
2008 hardware.

Hopefully the link helps you out setting up a representative test
environment.

Certainly don't dismiss qpid without sorting out the optimisation!! You
say your boss is inclined not to use qpid, so what does he have in mind
that offers higher throughput? In my own experience
qpid::messaging/qpidd has been the fastest messaging setup and we
generally wind up being network bound. To be fair you might well get
better raw performance with something like ZeroMQ but you might want to
think about more than *just* raw performance (though that's really
important) one thing with qpid is that is supports AMQP 1.0 so if you
are looking to integrate your system with another at any point it's
likely important to consider an Open Standard wire protocol.

HTH,
Frase

On 25/07/14 17:27, 郑勰 wrote:
> We expect sent messages and received messages should be at least 200,000 per second.However,
I am really trying to convince myself to obtain this goal.
> I want to know all of your performance result.
>
> Thanks!
>


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