Maximum number of concurrent synchronous batch request threads to server nodes at any point in time. If there are 16 nodes requested and maxConcurrentThreads is 8, then batch requests will be made for 8 nodes in parallel threads. When a request completes, a new request will be issued until all 16 requests are complete.
- 1: Issue batch requests sequentially. This mode has a performance advantage for small to medium sized batch sizes because requests can be issued in the main transaction thread. This is the default.
- 0: Issue all batch requests in parallel threads. This mode has a performance advantage for extremely large batch sizes because each node can process the request immediately. The downside is extra threads will need to be created (or taken from a thread pool).
- > 0: Issue up to maxConcurrentThreads batch requests in parallel threads. When a request completes, a new request will be issued until all threads are complete. This mode prevents too many parallel threads being created for large cluster implementations. The downside is extra threads will still need to be created (or taken from a thread pool).
Asynchronous batch requests ignore this field and always issue all node requests in parallel.
Assembly: AerospikeClient (in AerospikeClient.dll) Version: 126.96.36.199 (5.1.1)
public int maxConcurrentThreads
Field ValueType: Int32