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#12134
Posted: 01/20/2010 08:18:36
by Malcolm Toon (Standard support level)
Joined: 01/20/2010
Posts: 22

Hello there-
I downloaded the trial version of the MsgConnect components and ran the StressTest application. Using P2P and the default values (1 thread / 100 / 100 messages) and I'm seeing about 2 messages per second being confirmed. When I bump the thread count it's obviously faster, but my question is... is the 2 small messages per second the speed I should expect from the purchased version or are there some properties that I can set (timer/etc) that can make these transactions faster?

I also tested with 10k packet sizes and it's the same speed which makes me think there's some kind of lag somewhere and not a transport issue.

-Malcolm
#12137
Posted: 01/20/2010 09:34:04
by David Perkins (Standard support level)
Joined: 12/03/2008
Posts: 17

The trial version limts the number of packets per second.
#12138
Posted: 01/20/2010 09:43:10
by Malcolm Toon (Standard support level)
Joined: 01/20/2010
Posts: 22

Ah, thank you. That makes sense. Another quick question... is there any way to utilize a single MsgConnect "instance" to connect to multiple nodes? Sample Scenario: IM system.. If I have three computers, each wanting to talk to the others, would I need to spin up two complete copies of the msgconnect components for each of the two computers I want to send messages to? Maybe I'm not thinking about this right.. would each computer present a Server instance for all the other computers to send messages to and then how would I create multiple outbound Client instances, one for each computer I want to send messages to?
Sorry if this sounds confusing, I'm just coming up to speed on how MsgConnect works.

Question 2: For compression and encryption, I noticed it's included in the "Commercial" license, but I didn't find anything on the pricing page that is specifically labeled "Commercial". Is commercial and company the same thing?

BTW, great job on this set of components. I really like how it mimics the Windows message queue.

Thanks again-
Malcolm
#12140
Posted: 01/20/2010 10:02:17
by Eugene Mayevski (EldoS Corp.)

You need just one instance of MCMessenger and InetTransport descendant (SocketTransport or HTTP Transport) on each system. Each computer can be a server for other nodes. This is one of key features of MsgConnect.

Commercial license is the one you purchase (either single-developer or company license). Another license is GPL license, but only Linux code is released under GPL. All other code is available only under commercial license.


Sincerely yours
Eugene Mayevski

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