Apama 10.3 | Apama Documentation | Deploying and Managing Apama Applications | Correlator Utilities Reference | Starting the correlator | Determining whether to disconnect slow receivers
Determining whether to disconnect slow receivers
Description of slow receivers
How frequently slow receivers occur
Correlator behavior when there is a slow receiver
Tradeoffs for disconnecting a slow receiver
The correlator sends events to multiple receivers. Sometimes, a receiver cannot consume its events fast enough for the correlator to continue sending them. When this happens, the default behavior is that the correlator suspends processing until the receiver disconnects or starts consuming events fast enough. In other words, a slow receiver can prevent other consumers from receiving events. However, you might prefer to have the correlator disconnect a slow receiver and continue processing and sending events to other consumers. Information in this section can help you determine whether to disconnect slow receivers.
See also Handling slow or blocked receivers.

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