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Author Topic: jppf node-driver in background  (Read 2817 times)


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jppf node-driver in background
« on: July 09, 2009, 11:54:41 PM »

I have had some troubles with the jppf running through DOS console because sometimes the people closes this windows and they don't know what does it mean, so it stops the processing of the configured tasks.
I implemented the JPPF-NODE 1.6 as a windows services but the performance was very low in a concurrence environment. I requested to execute 10 task at the same time, and the node processor up to 100% and took 3 minutes for executing all tasks. When I started the node  through DOS using ANT, the performance was excellent and the execution time took 10 seconds.

So i would like that you told me another way to start the jppf node and the jppf driver such as the applicattions run in background.



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Re: jppf node-driver in background
« Reply #1 on: July 10, 2009, 06:22:50 AM »

Hello bmv,

There should not be any difference in performance whether you run the nodes as standalone or as services.

Could you please post the configuration files that you are using (jppf config, log config and wrapper config), so I can try and reproduce this behavior?

Thanks for your time,
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