TTM Network Administration Documentation
- What’s New In This Release
- TTM Overview
- Unicast And Multicast Network Communication
- Network Setup And Configuration
- Installing And Upgrading TTM And Guardian
- TTM Daemon
TTM Remote Host Daemon And Remote Clients
- Introduction to the TTM Remote Host Daemon
- Remote Mode: Pros and Cons
- Remote Mode Operations
- Network Considerations when Deploying the Remote Host Daemon
- Configuring a Remote Host Daemon
- Configuring the Remote Client
- Compressing Data
- Manually Configuring TCP Window Size
- Testing the Remote Connection
- Remote Host Daemon Failover (Disaster Recovery)
- Advanced Topics
- Maintenance And Troubleshooting
- Ttmd.cfg File Reference
TTM 7.0 provides an updated TTM Daemon and Remote Host Daemon, which are operationally identical to previous TTM releases, but with increased performance and logging capabilities. TTM continues to manage queues and provide TTM subject resolution, and it uses the same application semantics/wire protocol as previous versions.
TTM 7.0 adds the following functionality:
- The TTM Daemon and API are multi-threaded. This allows TTM to take advantage of multi-core hosts.
- All Inter-Process Communication is via Shared Message
Queues (SMQ), rather than TCP.
- All TTM applications on the same host communicate using the Shared Message Queues rather that TCP sockets.
- Shared Message Queues are destination points for messages, much like sockets; all TTM applications on a host use a single shared memory pool.
- Outbound PGM messages are sent directly to the network, bypassing the daemon.
- The TTM Daemon caches messages for PGM data recovery.
- The TTM Remote Host automatically configures itself for optimal use of multiple cores. You can disable this functionality by disabling Remote Host Server Mode. For more information, refer to Enabling and Disabling Remote Host Server Mode.