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gbaddeley
PostPosted: Wed Jul 10, 2019 3:54 pm Post subject: Reply with quote

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saurabh25281 wrote:
We are initially trying to multi-thread our application to read multiple messages concurrently and see how much improvement it brings.

Good luck. You will see some improvement, but not orders of magnitude. It will ultimately be constrained by network throughput, but at least you will be utilising it as much as you can.
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gbaddeley wrote:
saurabh25281 wrote:
We are initially trying to multi-thread our application to read multiple messages concurrently and see how much improvement it brings.

Good luck. You will see some improvement, but not orders of magnitude. It will ultimately be constrained by network throughput, but at least you will be utilising it as much as you can.

Before rewriting the app to multi-thread, verify that the SERVER end of the channel does not limit concurrent connection instances or threads per app instance. MAXINST and MAXINSTC channel attributes.
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