[zeromq-dev] How to reuse a message in zeromq?

kaka chen kaka11.chen at gmail.com
Mon Aug 1 16:10:09 CEST 2011


Thanks! I will read the man pages completely.

2011/8/1 Chuck Remes <cremes.devlist at mac.com>

>
> On Aug 1, 2011, at 8:16 AM, kaka chen wrote:
>
> > Hi All:
> >
> >     From source code of zeromq, I found it writes message to outbound
> pipe, the ownership is transfered to pipe, and the original message was
> re-initialized to a empty size message by zmq_msg_init(1). This strategy
> prevent me to reuse a message for test because I can not manage this
> message's life-cycle and the pipe will manage it. So I can not test 1M size
> message for looping 10000 times, it will occur mem allocate problems. Is it
> has some method to reuse a message in zeromq? what about try to use
> ref-count when writing message
> > to outbound pipe by override operator = () function in message_size_t.
>
> I can tell you haven't read the man pages or the guide yet. There are two
> ways of accomplishing your goal.
>
> One, take a look at zmq_msg_init_data() [1]. It creates a zmq_msg_t
> structure and uses the buffer that you pass to it. It also takes an
> *optional* function pointer to deallocate the buffer when 0mq is done with
> it. If you leave that as NULL, then 0mq will not deallocate the buffer.
> Therefore, you could call zmq_msg_init_data() in a tight loop and pass it
> the same buffer over and over again (zero-copy).
>
> Alternately, you could also use zmq_msg_copy() [2] to copy the data buffer
> from a "src" message to a new "dst" message. The underlying implementation
> does *not* do a memcpy(); instead, it increments a reference count. A later
> call to zmq_msg_close() decrements that count. When the count reaches 0, the
> deallocation function is called to release the memory.
>
> I highly recommend that you read through the documentation. Your questions
> are all answered in the guide or in the man pages.
>
> cr
>
> [1] http://api.zeromq.org/2-1:zmq-msg-init-data
>
> [2] http://api.zeromq.org/2-0:zmq-msg-copy
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