1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 6, 2012 11:15 AM by 934501

    Push replication using distribution pattern and messaging pattern problem

      I have try using push replication which using event distribution pattern over messaging pattern. When I try updating data in cache around 150 objects per sec for 20 minutes, latency is around 1-2 secs which ok for me. After 20 minutes we stop updating anything in cache but CPU is still high

      We have 4 storage nodes in cluster. when it replicate one of them is using CPU around 30-40% all the time, others are around 10%. After 20 minutes, one of them still using CPU around 30-40 % while others are 0%-1%.

      Note that I try call suspend() operation in EventChannel through JConsole. CPU is down from 30-40% to 0-1%. I call start() later. CPU do not grow up anymore. So I'm not sure that I have wrong setting or there is a problem in event distribution pattern or messaging pattern?