[aerogear-dev] GCM limit with 1000 registrationIDs

Matthias Wessendorf matzew at apache.org
Wed May 21 10:33:17 EDT 2014

hey Antoine,

thanks for explaining - I will take a look at this:

I will think about making the endpoint completely async (there is no real
benefit in returning a JSON of the device metadata anyways + do some
overhaul on the actual database)

On Wed, May 21, 2014 at 3:33 PM, A577127 <antoine.matyja at worldline.com>wrote:

> Uh wrong translation  I mean register tokens. We wrote a java sender that
> registers lots of token (we wanted to register 1M tokens) with the REST api
> http://aerogear.org/docs/specs/aerogear-push-rest/DeviceRegistration/
> But it was very slow (~1/s), looks like the database slows the thing by
> making big requests (huge joins ?).
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