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    A question on my adaptor performance

    I have a slight concern over performance. I say "slight" concern because this use case is not all that common for our current implementation, but it might be later on.

    Basically I have a progress bar on the client (jQuery UI) and my adaptor is sending updates for this. I can see the adaptor processing 1000 updates in about 4-500ms - which is quite fast. However, in my JavaScript client the onItemUpdate event only fires about once every second. So the adaptor is done and dusted in 500ms, but the client updates only occur once a second. Even allowing for network overhead, that is a very poor level of performance.

    The trouble is, I am not sure where I have gone wrong.

    I haven't noticed before because most of our websocket activity is infrequent (like notifications etc). This is the first time that we have something that should get very fast updates (like your telemetry demo).

    Any clues? Where should I be looking?
    Last edited by kpturner; December 18th, 2014 at 02:18 PM.

 

 

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