We're now in performance test and seeing some unexpected result.
We use Java percolate API
LOGGER.info(duration+"ms for percolation, es time
"+response.getTookInMillis()+" ms for log "+ log);
and registered one simple rule, input log varies.
sometimes response.getTookInMillis() is more than 2000ms meaning it took
more than 2 seconds to percolate single log.
sometimes response.getTookInMillis() is less than 10ms which we expect it
Ping responses within 1 ms, network has nothing to do with that
fluctuation, and we want percolation response time to be stable and fast.
Is there any possible reason?
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