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From Marlon Santos <>
Subject Re: Network of brokers
Date Thu, 21 Dec 2006 09:43:45 GMT


well it just seems that the people behind amq are just busy. If they
weren't, they will be more
willing to help out guys.

As to your issues, can you please post a test case, with descriptions about
the problem. I'll try to help in ways I can.

As to the other comments, please try to refrain the "flames" because this is
an open source
project, so please be polite as much as possible.


conio wrote:
> Granted that I haven't tried ActiveMQ 4.1.0 yet, but earlier versions 
> seem to have serious problems with network of brokers together with 
> durable topic subscribers when network disconnects (between brokers) 
> happen. That was the simulated situations I tried, and the one feature I 
> would love to use and have in ActiveMQ.
> Unfortunately I must concur with Bernhard that the otherwise very 
> supportive mailing list went dead silent when I brought that subject up.
> //Jerker
> Javier Leyba wrote:
>> On 12/21/06, Bernhard Wellhöfer <> 
>> wrote:
>>> Hello Prashanth,
>>> I agree that the clustering/network or brokers feature is not ready 
>>> for a productive scenario. The problem is that the ActiveMQ homepage 
>>> does not warn you about this case. Therefore again and again people 
>>> waste time by trying out this feature - as each new mail for this 
>>> issue to the mailing list proves. It's a pity that this as a whole 
>>> makes ActiveMQ less trustworthy...
>> Is this totally true ???
>> I've an application that use network of brokers ready to go to test.
>> I've configured it with the help of this list and nobody told me what
>> you say...
>> If this is true I'll be in big problems after four months of
>> development with this product. I can´t believe it !
>> If this is true I'm a dead man...  :(

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