[zeromq-dev] Making push-pull connections

Pieter Hintjens pieterh at gmail.com
Mon Mar 7 19:33:26 CET 2011

There is a trick, yes. Connects take a finite time, so the first pull socket
past the gate will grab a lot of messages before the others arrive. You need
to have all pull sockets connected before pushing out messages.

On 7 Mar 2011 19:25, "Timothy Shead" <tshead at sandia.gov> wrote:
> Folks:
> Is there a trick when connecting multiple PULL sockets to a single PUSH
> socket? What I'm seeing is that sometimes my messages are load-balanced
> among all the connected PULL sockets, but other times go to just one
> PULL socket, or a subset of PULL sockets. My assumption is that some of
> my PULL sockets aren't getting a chance to connect, so aren't receiving
> messages, but I'm not clear on what to do differently.
> Thanks in advance,
> Tim
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> Timothy M. Shead
> Sandia National Laboratories
> 1461, Scalable Analysis and Visualization
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