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Espen Harlinn17-Apr-12 10:41
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jschell18-Apr-12 8:46
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Espen Harlinn wrote:
As long as I use binary, and only for test purposes - that is no processing and
no storage, it seems that the practical limit is about 400 000 messages
contaning 20 bytes each on a 100MB/s dedicated network.


Presumably 20 bytes of data.

Minimum IP header is 20 bytes (and I suspect more for TCP but good enough) so you minimum packet size is 40 bytes.

40 bytes x 400,000 x 8 bits/byte = 128,000,000 bits.

So it is safe to say that your 100MB/s network is not in fact limited to just 100 mbs.

And this of course presumes that you messed with the default minimum packet size. Otherwise the real rate is something like 300 mps which is what many "100 mps" networks get these days.

Also why not just batch the data instead of attempting to deal with each one?
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