Sun Java Communications Suite 5 Deployment Planning Guide

Messaging Server Network Throughput

Network throughput is the amount of data at a given time that can travel through your network between your client application and server. When a networked server is unable to respond to a client request, the client typically retransmits the request a number of times. Each retransmission introduces additional system overhead and generates more network traffic.

You can reduce the number of retransmissions by improving data integrity, system performance, and network congestion: