[zeromq-dev] Some real perfomance numbers from real workloads

Wolfgang Richter wolf at cs.cmu.edu
Sat Mar 31 23:15:01 CEST 2012


What type of hardware do they have (just curious)?

Also, what type of 0MQ sockets are seeing this throughput (is this
mostly pub-sub)?

I'm also curious, and wanted to know a bit more about the numbers you posted :-)

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Wolf

On Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 10:04 PM, Christian Martinez
<chmar at microsoft.com> wrote:
> 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.
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> 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.
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> I’m not really interested in test harnesses or bench suites etc. I’m looking
> for actual workload #’s.  Thanks!.
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