While using the NewNet Active Message Store (AMS) component, it is possible that you want to check the number of messages currently stored for a certain destination/recipient (B number) and you are planning to use the tp_qcli command with the show query in a manner similar to:
tp_qcli --show --recipient=<address> OR
tp_qcli -s -r=<address>
You may wish to know whether the result display from this command will take a long time or if the the process will time out if a large number of messages have accumulated under that destination/recipient.
Please note that in such a situation, the tp_qcli command will indeed take longer to execute if there are a lot of messages in the AMS that match the search criteria. If the search criteria used in the query are more complex such as using verbose mode (see page 159 of the attached manual), it could also affect the time taken to execute the command.
When it comes to resource utilization, the tp_qcli -s query can be quite resource incentive and must be used with caution", as explained in the manual:
For more information, please refer to section B.4 Q-CLI Commands in the Client mode on Page 158 of the attached NMM_AMS_R01.12.03_Operator_Manual_18.3_rev_a.