How many pending writes does the groov AR1 support and how fast are writes written between the onboard Node-Red server and the groov server? I’ve got an application in which I’m querying a device via Ethernet TCP/IP (once a second), parsing the response, then writing tags to the groov server (32 tags at once). Everything was fine with one device connected. Then I added a second device (runs simultaneously in its own flow) and noticed that the number of writes in the queue (as seen in the Node-Red window) kept creeping up (e.g. 32, 64, 96, etc.) until it finally gave me queue full errors in the debug console. I put in lock flags so that each device won’t get queried until all of its writes are finished. Seemed to work, so I added a third flow to handle a third device. Now I’m seeing the same thing, even with lock flags. Each flow is writing up to 32 tags at once, almost simultaneously. At what point does the groov starting rejecting writes because the queue is full?