Gets or sets the maximum amount of memory allocated for the buffer manager that manages the buffers required by endpoints using this Windows Azure Service Bus binding.
Assembly: Microsoft.ServiceBus (in Microsoft.ServiceBus.dll)
The BufferManager tries to minimize the cost of using buffers with a buffer pool. Buffers are required to process messages by the service when they come out of the channel. If there is not sufficient memory in the buffer pool to process the message load, the BufferManager must allocate additional memory from the CLR heap, which increases the garbage collection overhead. Extensive allocation from the CLR garbage heap is an indication that the buffer pool size is too small and that performance can be improved with a larger allocation by increasing the MaxBufferPoolSize limit.
MaxBufferSize, , ReaderQuotas and MaxReceivedMessageSize are often used together to assist with memory management and provide a potential defense against Denial-of-Service (DoS) attacks. In this context, these members are very similar to their WCF counterparts. For more information, see the Security Considerations for Data topic in the WCF documentation.