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@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ How much memory does the queue server use? We are testing both steady-state mem
the server acquires and releases memory as queues expand and contract. We tuned Kestrel's JVM down to the smallest
heap that didn't cause OOM's and didn't impact performance: `-Xmx512m`.
-![Resident Memory Benchmark](/wavii/darner/raw/master/docs/images/bench_memory_resident.png)
+![Resident Memory Benchmark](
ubuntu@ip-10-6-51-186:~/darner$ bench/
@@ -46,7 +46,7 @@ kestrel 1048576 requests: 33848 kB
How quickly can we flood items through an empty queue? This tests the raw throughput of the server. We also include
memcache as an upper bound - a throughput at which we are likely saturating on `send/recv` syscalls.
-![Queue Flood Benchmark](/wavii/darner/raw/master/docs/images/bench_queue_flood.png)
+![Queue Flood Benchmark](
ubuntu@domU-12-31-39-0E-0C-72:~/darner$ bench/
@@ -110,7 +110,7 @@ How does the queue server deal with messages of varying sizes? This benchmark p
in order to see whether they cause latency spikes for smaller requests, which can lead to timeouts. For the graph
below, a flatter curve means each request is more fairly served in time.
-![Fairness Benchmark](/wavii/darner/raw/master/docs/images/bench_fairness.png)
+![Fairness Benchmark](
ubuntu@ip-10-6-51-186:~/darner$ bench/
@@ -167,7 +167,7 @@ This tests the queue server's behavior with a backlog of items. The challenge f
that no longer all fit in memory. Absolute throughput isn't important here - item sizes are large to quickly saturate
free memory. Instead it's important for the throughput to flatten out as the backlog grows.
-![Queue Packing Benchmark](/wavii/darner/raw/master/docs/images/bench_queue_packing.png)
+![Queue Packing Benchmark](
ubuntu@ip-10-6-51-186:~/darner$ bench/

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