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calculate infrastructure load by a flow

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Is there any way , I can calculate maximum how many runs a HPOO flow can take ? I understand , the practical way is to run teh flow and then monitor the performamnce of the system . I Wanted to check ,if anyone know any smarter option .?

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Re: calculate infrastructure load by a flow

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As Andrei referenced, there are some benchmarks available, but they'll be a guide, at best.

 

If you're truly interested in doing this, then the best guide is going to be benchmarking your own flows. There's nothing magical about benchmarking: looking at your flow run output, maybe massaging it a little for a histogram of flow runs and concurrent flows running, and then do the typical double/triple/quadruple/wait until something breaks of flow executions.

 

It's tricky to benchmark because while the platform is common to us all, what we do with it is very different and very dependent on what logic you're embedding into your flow and what things you are doing.

 

What I will tell you is: you can run more than you expect, and tuning up to run more is basically linear - more memory, more threads, more flows (until you can't 🙂

 

--Chris

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Re: calculate infrastructure load by a flow

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I don't think there is an easy way apart from what you mentioned. It is very much linked if you end up running other flows in the same time or not and kind of more linked to steps being run at a certain point that an actual run.

are you familiar with the benchmark and the type of tests done there thus the numbers (throughput) based on central configured with 4GB memory and extra thread limit and buffer size? - if not the information presented there might provide valuable details.

 

Andrei Vasile Truta
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Re: calculate infrastructure load by a flow

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As Andrei referenced, there are some benchmarks available, but they'll be a guide, at best.

 

If you're truly interested in doing this, then the best guide is going to be benchmarking your own flows. There's nothing magical about benchmarking: looking at your flow run output, maybe massaging it a little for a histogram of flow runs and concurrent flows running, and then do the typical double/triple/quadruple/wait until something breaks of flow executions.

 

It's tricky to benchmark because while the platform is common to us all, what we do with it is very different and very dependent on what logic you're embedding into your flow and what things you are doing.

 

What I will tell you is: you can run more than you expect, and tuning up to run more is basically linear - more memory, more threads, more flows (until you can't 🙂

 

--Chris

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