[rabbitmq-discuss] Exchange matching performance
matthias at lshift.net
Tue Jun 16 07:03:58 BST 2009
Matthew Sackman wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 15, 2009 at 12:07:32PM -0500, tsuraan wrote:
>> I seem to remember that direct exchanges dispatch much faster than
>> topic due to the complexity of the matching in the topic exchange.
>> Now that the headers exchange is out (or at least appears to be in the
>> disk paging branch), how does that perform? It seeks like it would be
>> similar to the direct exchange, but with multiple possible keys. I
>> haven't done any speed testing yet; I'm just wondering what the
>> expectation would be.
> I can't comment as I didn't write that code, and the person who did is
> currently on holiday. Beware that header exchange is defined in AMQP
> 0-9-1 and that what you have checked out is in fact an interesting mix
> of 0-8 and 0-9-1. Clients almost certainly will break.
The introduction of headers exchanges does not change the protocol's
wire format or require any additional AMQP commands. So clients are
As for efficiency; the current implementation of headers exchanges
performs about the same as topic exchanges.
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