[Spread-users] What is the maximum amount of data the server can buffer?

Jacob Green jgreen at spreadconcepts.com
Thu Apr 1 12:23:35 EST 2004

Spread daemons buffers by default 1000 message (regardless of size but less
then max message size) per client connection.


You can increase this number (MAX_SESSION_MESSAGES), in spread_params.h to
10,000, or 100,000 etc. 


Basically it depends on how much RAM you have on your machine.





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[mailto:spread-users-admin at lists.spread.org] On Behalf Of James J. Wagner
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Sorry if this has been answered. I looked at the archive and found
discussions... but didn't come up with a good answer. 


Does the server have a maximum amount of data that it can buffer? 


If so, is this buffered per group or for the overall process? 


Also, if there is a max, is it configurable?





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