This is the second article in a series about internals and performance of concurrent managers. In this post, we’ll take a look at three important settings that affect the performance of the concurrent managers: number of processes, “sleep seconds”, and “cache size”. This article might be a bit on the theoretical side, but it should provide a good understanding of how these settings actually affect the behavior and performance of concurrent managers.
This is the first article in a series about performance of concurrent processing. We’ll take a closer look at the internals of concurrent managers, the settings that affect their performance and the ways of diagnosing performance and configuration issues. Today we’ll start with an overview of the internal workflow of a concurrent manager process. Enjoy the reading!
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