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> unlike my recent experience on Fedora,
> I have just seen my psend and precv clients
> ( written against proton engine/driver interface )
> survive a 1.5 billion message test completely unscathed.
> On the machine I am using, that is about 4.5 hours of
> sending messages as fast as they will fly.
> Memory use is absolutely stable -- no increase at all
> in RSS as measured by 'top'.
> Time per 5 million messages has always between 56 and 57
> seconds.
> This is exactly the same code (for the send/recv clients)
> that I used on Fedora when I saw the gradual slowdown.
> ( I downloaded new proton code in the wee hours today, but
> it sure doesn't look like anything that got checked in in the
> last 3 days is at all relevant to a gradual slowdown.)
> SO !
> please give me your opinion but ... I think that we DO NOT CARE
> about behavior on Fedora.  The reason I am doing these
> soak tests is to assure potential users that the code is
> stable enough for prolonged use in a production environment.
> Which Fedora is not.
> Does that make sense to everybody ?

Have you tried this on RHEL 7?

We (the qpid community as a whole) do indeed care about fedora, debian, ubuntu, 
windows, android and the success of qpid generally on any platform where people 
may wish to run it, and we are eager to help anyone who want's to make it run 
an these or any other platforms. We (specific contributors to qpid) may lean 
towards particular distributions and spend more of our time on those and that's 
ok too. We (the red-hat leaning contributors in qpid) may have a short term 
focus on a particular RHEL release at times, but we always have a strong 
long-term interest in fedora because it is an excellent predector of what is 
happening next in RHEL. Have you tried this on RHEL 7?


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