[zeromq-dev] not binging to all LISTEN port

Mohit Anchlia mohitanchlia at gmail.com
Tue Sep 23 19:35:18 CEST 2014

I understand the basic part of performance testing and all other related
things that need to happen. I was really looking from troubleshooting
perspective. Say load increased more than anticipated or tested numbers,
when that happens are there any metrics available that can point to
router/dealer being a bottleneck. How can I really tell if I need to scale?
On Tue, Sep 23, 2014 at 10:30 AM, Gregg Irwin <gregg at pointillistic.com>

> Hi Mohit,
> MA> I was more of referring to debugging overload issues in prod.
> MA> that we might not have been able to catch in performance
> MA> environment. How can I tell that router/dealer is overloaded and
> MA> need more router/dealers?
> While it's always good to test, if you provide a rough hardware
> outline, and the number and size of messages you need to support, you
> may get one of three answers borne of experience by users here.
> 1) No problem. You are well within a single socket's capabilities.
> 2) One socket will not support that load. You might need N sockets.
> 3) It could be close. You should test in your environment.
> -- Gregg
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