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From Jason Rosenberg <jrosenb...@shopzilla.com>
Subject Re: How to use TransportListener with FailoverTransport
Date Thu, 07 Feb 2008 06:37:21 GMT

I've created an issue to track this:  AMQ-1575

I've posted a patch there, created originally by 'hbruch'....

Jason



Jason Rosenberg wrote:
> 
> Rob,
> 
> The attempt to get a connection over the failover transport hangs (it goes
> into it's reconnect sequence indefinitely)....
> 
> What I'd like is for it to fail back to the caller (as if I had set a
> maxReconnectAttempts param), but then it should be able to recover the if
> the broker becomes available later, and I try again to get a connection.
> 
> Basically, if I just use the tcpTransport, with no failover, the
> connection fails immediately if no broker is available, but then if a
> broker becomes available subsequently, connections work fine.
> 
> I've been using the AMQPool (from Jencks), but the same thing happens for
> the regular ActiveMQConnectionFactory....
> 
> Jason
> 
> 
> 
> 
> rajdavies wrote:
>> 
>> Hi Jason,
>> 
>> on initialization of the transport with no brokers - you say it  
>> hangs ? - is that at the transport (tcp) level ?
>> 
>> 
>> cheers,
>> 
>> Rob
>> 
>> http://open.iona.com/ -Enterprise Open Integration
>> http://rajdavies.blogspot.com/
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> On Nov 16, 2007, at 11:12 PM, Jason Rosenberg wrote:
>> 
>>>
>>> Hello,
>>>
>>> I am trying to implement a solution based on the TransportListener,  
>>> in order
>>> to use the FailoverTransport.
>>>
>>> Basically, I don't want to use the maxReconnectAttempts param for
>>> FailoverTransport, because I want it to be self-recovering, and to  
>>> continue
>>> retrying, etc.
>>>
>>> But, I do need it to respond quickly to the caller when no brokers are
>>> available.
>>>
>>> So, I'm wondering what the recommended approach might be for  
>>> utilizing the
>>> TransportListener.  I have version up and running, which seems to  
>>> work ok,
>>> in that I can set a listener on my connections and set an
>>> 'availabilityStatus', etc....So, I don't attempt to make a  
>>> connection or
>>> send a message, if the availabilityStatus is false, etc.
>>>
>>> However, I haven't figured out how to make it work if the app  
>>> initially
>>> comes up the first time with no brokers available.  In this case, the
>>> initial connection attempt hangs, and so I never even get to the  
>>> point of
>>> being able to add a transportListener, in the first place.
>>>
>>> I've tried doing things under the hood, like explicitly start an
>>> 'initializingFailoverTransport' object, and set the listener to  
>>> that, prior
>>> to the application being initialized.  This seems to work ok, but  
>>> it seems
>>> to cause the application to hang on shut-down, I haven't seemed to  
>>> figure
>>> out how to make this 'initializingFailoverTransport' shut itself down
>>> cleanly when everything shuts down....
>>>
>>> I'm using Spring, so I use the InitializingBean and DisposableBean
>>> interfaces to manage creation and closing of the
>>> 'initializingFailoverTransport'.....(but this  
>>> initializingFailoverTransport
>>> approach seems like a hack to me anyway, I'm not really happy with  
>>> it.).
>>>
>>> Anyway, I'm beginning to think I'm going about it all wrong,  
>>> perhaps there's
>>> a cleaner way to make this work reliably?  Especially in the case  
>>> where the
>>> first connection attempt would hang, and thus can't even initialize  
>>> the
>>> TransportListener, etc....
>>>
>>> I'm using AMQ 4.1.1, by the way, with Jencks AMQPool....I've  
>>> modified the
>>> ActiveMQConnectionFactory to use a setTransportListener method  
>>> (basically
>>> copied the same model as was done for AMQ 5.X)....
>>>
>>> Finally, what is the reason for not allowing the transport to cause a
>>> transport failure exception, if all configured failover uri's fail,  
>>> but
>>> still have it be self-recovering if a broker becomes available?
>>>
>>> Jason
>>>
>>> What approaches have others tried?
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>> 
>> 
>> 
> 
> 

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