[zeromq-dev] Some real perfomance numbers from real workloads
andrew at research.att.com
Tue Apr 3 19:27:42 CEST 2012
under testing at 1/5 full load, my system stats includes this table for a hot hour:
Summary: total ave rate
inbound 33.24M 170.5GB 9.233K/s 47.37MB/s
outbound 106.0M 6.401GB 29.45K/s 1.778MB/s
internal 3.321G 555.2GB 922.6K/s 154.2MB/s
for your purposes, you should add all three lines together.
this is distributed across 8 servers. mostly we
do PUSH/PULL, but for our PUB/SUB, the fanout is of order 150 or of order 8.
On Apr 3, 2012, at 11:10 AM, Christian Martinez wrote:
> No one has any numbers they want to share?
> From: zeromq-dev-bounces at lists.zeromq.org [mailto:zeromq-dev-bounces at lists.zeromq.org] On Behalf Of Christian Martinez
> Sent: Friday, March 30, 2012 7:04 PM
> To: zeromq-dev at lists.zeromq.org
> Subject: [zeromq-dev] Some real perfomance numbers from real workloads
> I’d be interested in hearing some of the numbers the community has gotten for its real workloads. Right now I work exclusively with customers leveraging 0MQ on Windows and under real workloads there we’ve experienced anywhere from 300K to 1.5 million messages a second throughput (the 1.5 million was for 40 byte messages). Latency has always been sub ½ second and for the folks I’ve worked with that’s good enough so I have not spent too much time measuring nanosecond latency on Windows.
> I’d love to hear from Linux folks or even other Windows folks what their numbers look like as well as folks working with the various language bindings… Basically what I’m trying to do is get some idea of what the expectation is from the community when they utilize 0MQ. Of particular interest is anyone that has a large number of concurrent subscribers. I haven’t done any 0mq work yet with say 500 concurrent subscribers.
> I’m not really interested in test harnesses or bench suites etc. I’m looking for actual workload #’s. Thanks!.
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