Mike.W.Daley at cs.cardiff.ac.uk
Thu Jun 1 03:32:49 CDT 2006
Thanks to Toms reply I found that it was the Certificate. I now have a
dedicated machine for my Bridgeserver. It is definitly faster and
appears more stable we will be giving it a good test today.
If all goes well we could do some tests and try and find out why there
is this sluggishness when the Bridge is on the same machines as the
VenueServer if it is of interest to people.
> On Tue, 30 May 2006, Mike Daley wrote:
>> I have been running a Bridgeserver and venue server on the same
>> machine for a while but it becomes very sluggish.
> I would be interested to know if its the python part of the
> Bridgeserver or the quickbridges that are causing the sluggishness.
> I guess you can tell this by looking to see if the quickbridges are
> I have always been a bit worried by the load caused by quickbridge.
> A quickbridge with no clients should not use any resources as the
> process blocks in a select call but if you are running multiple active
> bridges at the same time then you are going to get a lot of process
> thrashing as the
> CPU switches between the bridges.
> Actually QB is written so a single process can bridge multiple
> streams at the same which might aleviate the problem a bit. It would
> probably not be too hard to write a version of QB which sets up a
> session on a single forwarding process rather than forwarding the
> packets directly.
> |epcc| Dr Stephen P Booth Principal Architect |epcc|
> |epcc| s.booth at epcc.ed.ac.uk Phone 0131 650 5746 |epcc|
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