[erlang-questions] Is there a lomit on erlang vm nodes connection speed

Dmitry Kolesnikov dmkolesnikov@REDACTED
Tue Jul 2 14:49:12 CEST 2013

PSH bit is extremely important when we are talking about signal plane. I would see a negative impact on Erlang distribution if it is knocked out. Thus, I was talking to separate concern into different perspectives. 

Best Regards,
Dmitry >-|-|-*>

On 2.7.2013, at 15.05, "Jon Schneider" <jon@REDACTED> wrote:

> I notice message packets have TCP PSH set which makes sense at low message
> rates.
> In the interests of efficiency (rather than strict latency) at high rates
> would it useful if this didn't happen allowing messages to get combined by
> the TCP stack ?
> I wonder what would happen if one found the appropriate bit of code and
> knocked out the PSH.
> Jon
>> On Jul 2, 2013, at 1:10 PM, Dror Mein <drormein@REDACTED> wrote:
>>> You were right. increasing the message size to 10000 allowed me to reach
>>> 1-2Gbps. I guess the simple solution is to collate messages in a list
>>> and send them together. Is there another way you can think of? Can I
>>> configure the erlang vm to open more tcp connections between two nodes?
>>> will that solve the problem?

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