Here's what's coming ...
Monday, 22 April 2013
Sunday, 7 April 2013
Here's what's in the release....
1. Removed dependence on TBB
- Fix8 will supply and use FastFlow. TBB is no longer required to build.
- TBB can be optionally installed to provide concurrent queues. In our testing, TBB still performs better than FastFlow (this may change as we tweak our implementation).
2. Stack based messages
- We have added limited support for stack based messages. Heap allocation is still required for Fields.
- Session::send can now take a Message& which will allow the creation and destruction of the message to occur on the current thread.
- We are working on a complete stack based solution.
3. Framework pipelining control
- Sessions can now be configured to optionally use pipelining (previously on by default)
- Can result in significant improvements in performance
4. Persistence sequence number edit utility 'seqedit'
- seqedit allows you to modify the next send/receive sequence numbers stored in a file based persistence file.
- You can also use this utility to dump the contents of the persistence file and index
5. Bug fixes and code changes
- Fixed jira tickets FX-23, FX-35, FX-36, FX-37, FX-38, FX-39, FX-40, FX-42, FX-43, FX-44, FX-17
- Added man-pages for seqedit and f8c
- Fixed under load, server disconnects client reporting it has timed out on receiving messages
- Permit selection of pipelined or non-pipelined operation, through session config
- Change performance test application to provide better measure of codec performance
- Make Intel TBB optional
- Fixed FileLogger::rotate() not working as expected
- Fixed FIXReader, FIXWriter dropping bytes when buffers full
- Fixed build hftest issue