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We have a puzzling situation here. We have a number of threads that if we get an increase in volume of messages, will get a buildup of messages that queueing in the post xlate queue (state 7). However, others with approximately the same volume do not. Here’s an example:
Inbound thread A has 2 destination routes to what I’ll call thread B and thead C, both outbound threads. They have similar amounts of traffic and similar processing. But if the volume of messages coming inbound to A increases, you’ll see the post-xlate queue to C increase while it does not to B. I have placed a script in the post-xlate route and the pre-outbound TPS of C to measure times. There are times with it’s almost instantaneous, but there are times when it increases as much as 30 seconds. Is this an ICL problem? But if it were one would think it would be an across the site problem, which it is not.
Any experience out there with something similar or any suggestions? Maybe someone from Healthvision can shed some light on how the ICL works.
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