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From cbu <christian.bur...@puma.com>
Subject Re: Network of Brokers - publishing on broker x - consuming on broker 1...n
Date Fri, 19 Jan 2007 19:22:39 GMT

Try both:
- publishing 1000 messages on queues and would like to see some consumed on
client's attached to remote brokers as well (did read the thing about
preferring the fastest consumer ...)
- publishing 1000 messages on topic and WANT DEFINITLY to see some consumed
on client's attached to remote brokers as well (did read the thing about
preferring the fastest consumer ...)

-- C.


Adrian Co wrote:
> 
> Are you using queues or topics?
> 
> Are you consuming from all brokers simultaneously? ActiveMQ tends to 
> give preference to local consumers I think.
> 
> cbu wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> I think I've read that quite a few people did have problems to setup a
>> network of brokers where you can publish on publishing on broker x but
>> consume the message on broker 1...n.
>>
>> As an example:
>> - publish on broker 2 a message on a topic
>> - consume the message from broker 1-9
>>
>> As additional information:
>> - I setup such a broker network.
>> - I can see in the log files the brokers connecting to each other
>> - I can see in the log file connecting the clients to the assigned
>> brokers
>> - I did set on the network connector the prefech=1, dynamiconly=false,
>> networkTTL=99, bridgeTempDestinations=true, failover=true
>>
>> STILL: I can reveice the message JUST on the broker I published the
>> message.
>>
>> Any hint ...
>>
>> -- Chris
>>
>>   
> 
> 
> 

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