Is it possible to update the pollingIntervalMs on an existing cursor


#1

I’m running into performance problems with lots of meteor sessions doing oplog tailing. In most cases the individual user data is independent of each other so switching to disable the oplog (disableOplog: true) and having a long pollingIntervalMs works great. However, when the user data is not independent, I would like to be able change the published cursors to have a shorter polling interval. Is there any way to do that?

Thanks,
Peter


#2

Have you checked out the new tuning options to improve per-query scalability?


#3

I’m using the new parameters already and want to dynamically update the polling interval that was passed in when the cursor was created.


#4

Ah, got you - you mean you don’t want to re-publish?


#5

That’s correct. I want to update the polling interval without having to unsubscribe and re-subscribe.