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    Can anyone post some information on maximum number of channels that can be configured in Mirth and number of messages the channel can process per minute/second/hour considering basic hardware configurations and sql2005 as the backend.

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    Originally posted by pdshini View Post
    Can anyone post some information on maximum number of channels that can be configured in Mirth and number of messages the channel can process per minute/second/hour considering basic hardware configurations and sql2005 as the backend.
    It really depends on your hardware. We have clients running more than 50 channels on one server without any issues. We have seen more cores give dramatic improvements as well. One thing to keep in mind is that a lot of time throughput is based on how long you have to wait for responses. For example, if you have a synchronized channel where one destination has to wait on the previous destination, and the previous destination has to wait for a response from the sending system, you will have a lot of time spent waiting. For some rough real-word benchmarks, check out: http://www.mirthcorp.com/products/mirth-appliances
    Jacob Brauer
    Director, Software Development
    NextGen Healthcare

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      Jacob:

      Would it be possible for you to update the link to the engine performance page? The link above is broken.

      Thanks.
      Thanks.

      Jon

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      • #4
        is there any benchmark for performance? the average number of messages a channel can send hl7 message? eg any number of channels can be configured but if the average rate of sending is 250 messages/sec by a channel? please give some thoughts on this?
        Last edited by satheeskumar; 08-04-2020, 12:22 AM.
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        • #5
          it all depends on what you want to do with channels. if you have lot of transformation logic the throughput of no of messages goes down. if it is simple routing based on meta data then it can move large volume. we are processing close to 2 M a days thru mirth engine with 500 to 600 channels on the server. it also depends on the no of channels on the server. I found the standalone version more stable then cluster paid plug-in version (v3.8.1)especially when there are large no of channels and high volume are on the server.

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