[zeromq-dev] TCP zeromq performance review

Apostolis Xekoukoulotakis xekoukou at gmail.com
Mon Oct 22 23:14:31 CEST 2012


Increase the number of msgs(1000000+) and retest. I got 12us.

2012/10/22 Rohan Bedarkar <r_bedarkar at yahoo.com>

> Hi Chuck and Pieter
>
> I ran the ZMQ perf tests and also made changes to my own tests. Here's the
> outputs. My numbers match the perf tests.
>
> Doesn't it seem a little too slow, 40 us for one way tcp message?
>
> ZMQ Latency Test:
> ---------------------------
>
> ./remote_lat tcp://10.34.253.10:20000 10 10000
> message size: 10 [B]
> roundtrip count: 10000
> average latency: 43.045 [us]
>
>
> ZMQ Throughput Tests
> ----------------------------------
>
> ./local_thr tcp://eth0:20000 10 1000000
>
> Total time: 308 [ms]
> message size: 10 [B]
> message count: 1000000
> mean throughput: 3244646 [msg/s]
> mean throughput: 259.572 [Mb/s]
>
> My Throughput Test:
> ------------------------------
>
>  Transport:                     ZMQ
>  Messages recd:       1000000
>  Total Time:                     721174 us
>  Throughput:                     166.395 Mbps
>  Avg per msg:                   0.721174 us
>
>
> My Latency Test:
> -------------------------
>
>  Transport:                     ZMQ
>  Messages sent:             10000
>  Average / message:         40.2781 us
>  Max time:                       65 us
>  Min time:                       14 us
>
>
> --
>
> Rohan Bedarkar
> MS, Computer Science
> University of Chicago
> rohanb at cs.uchicago.edu
>
>
>
>
>
>   ------------------------------
> *From:* Chuck Remes <lists at chuckremes.com>
> *To:* Rohan Bedarkar <r_bedarkar at yahoo.com>; ZeroMQ development list <
> zeromq-dev at lists.zeromq.org>
> *Sent:* Friday, October 19, 2012 4:49 PM
> *Subject:* Re: [zeromq-dev] TCP zeromq performance review
>
> Try it again with the example program local_thr and remote_thr and see if
> the results match using the same inputs.
>
> BTW, it looks reasonable to me. I have a similar machine (it's about 4
> years old) and get around 55 usec latency as an average. Throughput is
> usually a bit higher especially for loopback.
>
> cr
>
> On Oct 19, 2012, at 4:28 PM, Rohan Bedarkar wrote:
>
> Hi Guys,
>
> I've built a performance monitoring framework in C++ over OpenSuse Linux.
> Its a pretty solid machine with 16 cores.
> The application publishes TCP messages in one thread and subscribes to
> them in another. Each message is roughly 10 bytes. Here's the output.
>
> Just want to run by these numbers.. What do you think?
>
>
> Bound TCP server to port tcp://*:20000
> Sending 1000000 msgs
> Received all messages
> Analyzing 1000000 msgs..
> ---------------------------------------------------------
>              Performance Report
> ---------------------------------------------------------
>
>  Transport:                     ZMQ
>  Messages sent:                1e+06
>  Total Time:                     1004.05 ms
>  Average / message:           65.1254 us
>  Max time:                       5347 us
>  Min time:                       8.00014 us
>  Throughput:                     119.515 Mbps
>
> ---------------------------------------------------------
>
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Sincerely yours,

     Apostolis Xekoukoulotakis
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