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From Mike Miljour <mmilj...@idanalytics.com>
Subject Re: Consumers not always being released
Date Thu, 27 Mar 2008 17:33:56 GMT

Yes, the /data is my shared directory.  Persistence can be set up either way
according to the config examples I have seen.

I used the network of brokers to keep the slaves up to date when I was
originally having problems with the behavior of the slaves.  I am not sure
if having this configured is still useful, but we do not lose messages when
the Master goes down.  I will try removing this and see if I encounter any
problem.  Can anyone else answer if using Network of Brokers is useful in
the Master/Slave topology?


Ramit Arora wrote:
> 
> Hi Mike,
> Thanks for your time. I am a bit confused here. The config that you have
> sent me seems to be of a broker network rather than a Master/Slave
> topology. Shouldn't we be setting the shared datastore like this:
> <persistenceAdapter>
>       <amqPersistenceAdapter directory="/shared/activemq/datastore" />
> </persistenceAdapter> 
> 
> Is /data in your config the shared directory? 
> 
> 

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