[zeromq-dev] Non-contiguous message thoughts

Michael Santy michael.santy at dynetics.com
Fri Mar 5 15:10:35 CET 2010

> Btw, cheap and nasty solution would be to send you data as a sequence of
> small messages (one message per allocated block).
> This would of course break atomicity of message and mess with load
> balancing (half of a message going to A, other half going to B).
> However, it would at least allow you to test what the performance would
> be if copying is avoided.

That certainly makes sense, and although a bit inelegant as you say, it may
not be a bad solution for my particular problem.

> If you run such a test, please, post the results. It would be extremely
> valuable.

If I can isolate the problem in a way that will be meaningful to others, I
will be sure to do so.

Thanks again,


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