[rabbitmq-discuss] Optimizing Tips for beginner rabbitMQ user
grussell at vmware.com
Tue Mar 26 01:17:58 GMT 2013
Please move this discussion to the Spring-AMQP forum
You only show your connection factory configuration, you need to provide your consumer config as well.
If you are using a listener container, there are a number of optimizations, including increasing the concurrency but, as I said, we need to see that configuration too before we can make suggestions.
Please re-post your question over there, with more information.
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Subject: [rabbitmq-discuss] Optimizing Tips for beginner rabbitMQ user
Here is my setup: I've implemented rabbitMQ on a centOS environment I have one tomcat application publishing messages at an average of 30 msg/s. The consumer apps are in 3 different servers running the same process, each consuming at an average of 2~3 msg/s. I've tried optimizing our process on the consumer applications as much as possible, now I want to look at the queue and try to get more than 2~3 msg/s.
Here are some questions, and perhaps someone can assist me with suggestions:
I use the same user authentications on all 3 consumers.... will having different users help bump the message rate?
I've tried using more channels, but all in all, it doesn't change a thing, it still gets 1 or 25 messages depending on channels, but the message rate is the same.
What are some common optimization tips for faster performance?
The consumer application is a Tomcat application and I'm using rabbit-amqp configured below.
p:username="USER" p:password="PSWD!" p:virtualHost="VHNAME"
<constructor-arg value="DOMAIN" />
<property name="channelCacheSize" value="1" />
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