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Re: [xmlblaster] are all messages stored in memory?

Mathieu Longtin wrote:

So you are limited in the amount of queueing by system/virtual memory? Would
it be possible to keep the header in memory and leave the payload in file

Yes, but this is not implemented, sorry.

You could work around this if your bigger messages only have a link
in the content pointing to a location with the new content data.



PS: We have a message recorder (file based), which allows high performance
queueing on harddisk, but the merge with the update queue (which is RAM based)
is not done yet.