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From Ben Davison <ben.davi...@7digital.com>
Subject Re: What is the fair setup of Kafka to be comparable with NATS or NSQ?
Date Thu, 15 Sep 2016 09:16:30 GMT
Hi Kant,

I was following the other thread, can you try using a different
benchmarking client for a test.



On Thursday, 15 September 2016, kant kodali <kanth909@gmail.com> wrote:

> with Kafka I tried it with 10 messages with single broker and only one
> partiton
> that looked instantaneous and ~5K messages/sec for the data size of 1KB
> I tried it with 1000 messages that looked instantaneous as well ~5K
> messages/sec
> for the data size of 1KBI tried it with 10K messages with single broker
> and only
> one partiton  things started to go down ~1K messages/sec for the data size
> of
> 1KB
> having only one partition on a single broker is a bad?  My goal is to run
> some
> basic benchmarks on NATS & NSQ & KAFKA
> I have the same environment for all three (NATS & NSQ & KAFKA)
> a broker  on Machine 1producer on Machine 2Consumer on Machine 3
> with a data size of 1KB (so each message is 1KB ) and m4.xlarge aws
> instance.
> I have pushed 300K messages with NATS and it was able to handle easily and
> receive throughput was 5K messages/secI have pushed 300K messages and NSQ
> and
> receive throughput was 2K messages/secI am unable to push 300K messages
> with
> Kafka with the above configuration and environmentso at this point my
> biggest
> question is what is the fair setup for Kafka so its comparable with NATS
> and
> NSQ?
> kant


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