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From "Andy Piper (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Created: (AMQ-968) Store and Forward reconnect failures
Date Wed, 11 Oct 2006 14:03:09 GMT
Store and Forward reconnect failures

                 Key: AMQ-968
             Project: ActiveMQ
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: Broker
    Affects Versions: 4.0.2
         Environment: All
            Reporter: Andy Piper

For the AMQ reconnection issue, I think it is caused by client can not stop the broker correctly
after server broker is stopped. 

Attached zip is the test case, it is an IDEA prj, to compile or run it the incubator-activemq-4.0.jar
(download from
) should be involved. In the prj, I added two run configurations: Client, Sever to try all
kinds of connection scenarios below:
1. Start client, then start server
2. Start server, then start client
3. Restart client
4. Restart server
5. Stop server, then stop client, after that restart server again, then restart client

All scenarios will be successful if using the run configurations in IDEA, but if we run the
server and client in DOS command line, we will find the #5 is failed. 

Here is the reason, if the server broker is stopped, the client can not be stopped using CTL
+ C, and the interrupt signal is always only captured by the client broker rather than its
JVM. In this time, if we restart the server, no any messages can be received again. But the
messages in client can not be lost, after killing the client and restarting it, the messages
can be still sent to server. 

So to the scenario in Domain Log, the managed server must be killed by kill-9 shell and can
not be stopped by shutdown.bat (sh) script.

Uuuuuunfortunately, the scenario #4 is still failed in Domain Log though the codes are same
with above test case's (it IS successful in the test case). I can not get the reason after
I struggled for it the whole day :(. I am not sure if the AMQ network connector is impacted
in Tomcat runtime env.

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