I am running into pretty severe throughput issues with both C# and C++ grpc 
on Windows.

I've opened an Issue here which describes what I am seeing and has sample 
code for both Windows and Linux: 

I am seeing drastically better throughput numbers on Linux as compared with 
Windows running exactly the same app code.

I wonder if anyone else can help me understand what I am doing wrong or 
whether grpc on Windows is just not being optimized as much as on Linux?

On Friday, February 3, 2017 at 11:57:06 AM UTC-6, Peter Tiedemann wrote:
> I was looking over the benchmarks here (1.0.0, master does not seem to 
> work):
> https://performance-dot-grpc-testing.appspot.com/explore?dashboard=5712453606309888
> Mostly, it seems sensible enough, C++ is fastest, Java and C# roughly 
> tied. Then i took a look at the throughput tests, where Java shows ~10x 
> more QPS, leaving C# closer to Python and Node.
> Is there some performance issue with the C# implementation i need to be 
> aware of?

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