Chronicle Queue Benchmark with varying packet sizes

Chronicle Queue Benchmark

The tests shown below measure the latency from the appender writing a packet of 64, 128, 1024, or 1500 bytes, and then the data being received by the tailer.
The data includes an embedded timestamp, which is extracted by the tailer and used to determine the end-to-end latency.
All measurements are in nanoseconds

queue end-to-end latency

queue end-to-end latency

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