Durable subscribers usage
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Posted By:   mega_hiir
Posted On:   Monday, March 4, 2002 05:41 AM

Hi, While looking 'topic manager -> usage -> active durable topic subscribers' usually records are like 'clientId@routername$durablesubscribername' . That clear, but what does mean records like 'router1234$durablesubscribername' and 'router1234$messageForwarder' ? And about perfomance. I'm useing 2.1.3 and would like to know, ca. how many clients one router could handle? If there is too many clients for router then how does it show out, it slows down for sure, but is it possible that if theres about 10 receivers and one publisher, then publishing one message takes 1/2 sec and more clients couldn't log in. What is the normal perfomance for SwiftMQ? Thanks in advance, Hardi    More>>

Hi,


While looking 'topic manager -> usage -> active durable topic subscribers' usually records are like 'clientId@routername$durablesubscribername' . That clear, but what does mean records like 'router1234$durablesubscribername' and 'router1234$messageForwarder' ?


And about perfomance. I'm useing 2.1.3 and would like to know, ca. how many clients one router could handle? If there is too many clients for router then how does it show out, it slows down for sure, but is it possible that if theres about 10 receivers and one publisher, then publishing one message takes 1/2 sec and more clients couldn't log in. What is the normal perfomance for SwiftMQ?


Thanks in advance,

Hardi

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Re: Durable subscribers usage

Posted By:   Andreas_Mueller  
Posted On:   Tuesday, March 5, 2002 01:59 AM

This one 'router1234$durablesubscribername' is a result of creating durable subscribers without setting the client id properly. Thus, on every connect you create a new durable subscriber, because a random client id is assigned automatically. Then it would be slower and slower and slower and slower ... because of the many many durable subscribers you have.
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