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    I am currently doing a proof of concept with Mirth and looking for some limitations information on Mirth. Please feel free to give input. Thanks

    1. With HW not being an issues, is there a limit to the number of channels (interfaces) per Mirth server?

    2. Again, with HW not being an issue, how many messages can Mirth perform per second before problems arise. I've been load testing from a file and it does look like there is a limit. Can someone provide me some numbers?

    3. I've writen a Javascript that exceeded (I think) 270 lines of codes. Once I pass this threshold, I get a "procedure too complex...." error. Is there a way to bypass this issue.

    Thanks in advance for your input.

    LYP

  • #2
    Hi;

    I currently have 79 deployed channels, some have heavy traffic. I have no issues with lag or performance with the exception that sometimes searching for messages is a bit slow.

    I've never seen the procedure too complex error and I too have some long scripts.

    Can you post your code?
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    • #3
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      Please tell me where to go to post my code. Thanks

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      • #4
        you can reply to the post and at the bottem it gives you an option for "attachments"

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        • #5
          You can have hundreds of channels deployed just using the standalone Mirth Connect app and a decent server. The only problems would be if you had the GUI open and had thousands of thousands of messages processing at the same time and had a low amount of memory on the server.

          The throughput of the Standalone Mirth app is much lower then a Mirth appliance. I think the quoted throughput on the lowest level Mirth appliance is something like 80 msg/sec, but if your servers have better specs than the appliance, you will probably higher results. I personally have not see any limitations using the standalone app, a Windows server box with 4GB of RAM, and I processes thousands of messages per hour deployed across 30 channels.

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          • #6
            i want to convert table data(1 laks records) to csv file. if i select the 1 laks data from SQL server through mirth, it takes more then 10mins and then return java heap space error. i already set max java heap size as 4GB. still i got the same error. what is the best way to read large data from sql server and convert into csv file using mirth.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by pixelprakash View Post
              i want to convert table data(1 laks records) to csv file. if i select the 1 laks data from SQL server through mirth, it takes more then 10mins and then return java heap space error. i already set max java heap size as 4GB. still i got the same error. what is the best way to read large data from sql server and convert into csv file using mirth.
              How are you doing it?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by pixelprakash View Post
                i want to convert table data(1 laks records) to csv file. if i select the 1 laks data from SQL server through mirth, it takes more then 10mins and then return java heap space error. i already set max java heap size as 4GB. still i got the same error. what is the best way to read large data from sql server and convert into csv file using mirth.
                Selecting 1,00,000 rows of data altogether will bound to consume the memory and return memory heap error. Tune your SQL. Run it in batches. Use the update after script in DB reader, to not pick certain rows if they are already been picked.

                It all comes down to your design.
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