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From Badri <badrinarayanan.doraisw...@fxall.com>
Subject Timestamp in output of query command
Date Wed, 07 May 2008 21:04:59 GMT

Hi

We are running the ./query command against Active MQ 4.0.1 version to detect
slow consumers. 

Question 1:

Currently we are setting log level to DEBUG for Active MQ. Is there any
statement logged to the log file whenever active mq detects a slow consumer
& publisher is unable to publish data?

Question 2:

Is there anyway we could get some timestamps in the output? We are using
non-durable topics. 
Sometimes we observe a big difference between EnqueueCounter &
DequeueCounter & lot of messages in PendingQueueSize. We are trying to
figure out if a timestamp could be added which will indicate that the
particular consumer started consuming messages slowly from some time like
2008-05-07 12:10:32,234 onwards.

destinationName = MarketData.EUR.SEK
DispatchedQueueSize = 0
ConnectionId = ID:dcmpdevapp05-41413-1210192881163-0:0
PrefetchSize = 32768
DispachedCounter = 2
destinationType = Topic
DiscardedCount = 0
MaximumPendingMessageLimit = 0
DequeueCounter = 161915
PendingQueueSize = 4792
MaximumPendingQueueSize = -1
consumerId = ID_dcmpdevapp05-41413-1210192881163-0_0_2_1
SubcriptionId = 1
Type = Subscription
NoLocal = false
Durable = false
DestinationQueue = false
DestinationTopic = true
Retroactive = false
DestinationName = MarketData.EUR.SEK
persistentMode = Non-Durable
Active = true
DestinationTemporary = false
BrokerName = localhost
Exclusive = false
Priority = 0
EnqueueCounter = 199473
clientId = ID_dcmpdevapp05-41413-1210192881163-1_0
ClientId = ID:dcmpdevapp05-41413-1210192881163-1:0
SessionId = 2


Thanks
Badri
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