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How to increase EPS out from connector

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Hello Guys,

 I have created a flex connector on ArcMc appliance, i want to increase the EPS out to my Loggers.

The current EPS is very low and there is a huge number of Cached events. can any one help me to solve this issue? 

 

Regards,

Miran.

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Hello Michael,

 

Thank you for your support it worked  !  

Captain
Captain

Hello,

I see some parameters, which are playing a part in events processing:

agents[0].foldertable[0].processingmode=batch
agents[0].foldertable[0].processingthreshold=3600000
agents[0].foldertable[0].processingtimeout=120000

I would like to recommend you to try with processingmode=realtime

Hello,

May i know what is the main deference between the Batch or real-time? because my file will update by a scheduled job each 20 min
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Captain
Captain

Hello,

connector in Batching mode will gather events in to blocks and then send these bloks to destination (you can set a block "limits" - time frame or event count).

In Real-Time mode each event will be sent to destination right after receiving, without gathering them in to blocks. So you get a stream of events.

Hold in mind that in real-time mode connector creating a stream of events until all events will be processed and it can load you network.

I think if combine connector parameters such as "Limit Bandwidth" and "Batching", we can reach a good balance between network load and event processing speed.

Thanks bro! useful information
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