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Benchmarks for Flume sink multiport_syslogtcp

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Benchmarks for Flume sink multiport_syslogtcp

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According to the documentation, the sink multiport_syslogtcp is faster than syslogtcp.

Has anybody some benchmarks that describe that? Please share your experience.

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Re: Benchmarks for Flume sink multiport_syslogtcp

@Sourygna Luangsay. We used syslogtcp for our project. Which is struggling for between 500-1000 events / seconds. Looks like multiport_syslogtcp uses Apache Mina (https://mina.apache.org/) having High-performance asynchronous TCP library, which provides better throughput on multicore machines even when using single TCP port.

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Re: Benchmarks for Flume sink multiport_syslogtcp

@Sourygna Luangsay. We used syslogtcp for our project. Which is struggling for between 500-1000 events / seconds. Looks like multiport_syslogtcp uses Apache Mina (https://mina.apache.org/) having High-performance asynchronous TCP library, which provides better throughput on multicore machines even when using single TCP port.

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