How many queues can beanstalkd handle?
Assume the following example:
1. We put the status of three lamps into one queue, where (+1) means lamp 1 is on, (-1) means lamp 1 is off etc.
2. We have 1 worker who takes out the status and tells me if the lamp is on or off.
The worker takes the first status (+1) and says "Lamp 1 is on". It takes one status at a time and tells me if the lamp is on or off.
Now I have 10.000 lamps and need to increase the speed of the output, so I need to have more workers. I need to make sure that the order of the statuses is not mixed. When the workers handle 5 jobs at the same time it could happen that the lamp is said to be off and on even its on and off.
Each lamp gets its own queue => 10.000 lamps
Do you have other ideas how to handle it?
Can Beanstalkd handle 10.000 queues at the same time? What is the limitation, RAM?
Thanks for your input.
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