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From Marco Buss <>
Subject Re: ActiveMQ stops accepting consumer requests
Date Mon, 30 Jun 2008 09:52:04 GMT

Hi Brian,

can you check the open threads with the jconsole on ActiveMQ during your
I have the assumtion that you will see many Session threads. If the
assumption is true, try the 5.1.0 from ActiveMQ.


Brian Munroe-2 wrote:
> I am building a very basic web service that can either push text
> messages onto a queue, or conversely consume messages from this same
> queue.  ActiveMQ 5.0.0 is running standalone and is using the tcp://
> transport and Kaha persistence.  (If it matters, I'm using JBoss as my
> app server)
> For my web service, I'm using a servlet, which using the doPost
> method, builds up a very basic JMS producer client, sends the message,
> and then tears the client down.  On the consumer side, it builds up a
> very basic JMS consumer, consumes the message and then tears the
> client down.
> For testing purposes, I've written some HttpClient message producers
> and consumers.  I'm producing/consuming 60kb messages as fast as they
> will go.
> It would seem that I can send messages to the queue all day long, but
> after a random number of messages consumed, the consumers stop
> consuming.
> At this point, I have to stop ActiveMQ, restart, and then the
> consumers will finish consuming the messages.  I've tried turning
> debug on in ActiveMQ to try and get a hint as to what is going on, but
> I don't see anything abnormal.
> I'm thinking my design is probably pretty inefficient, and I was
> curious if I was some how exhausting a resource somewhere by creating
> and destroying so many JMS clients in such a short amount of time?
> Is there anything in AMQ that I can switch on to get more debug info?
> I've already tweaked the log4j settings.
> thanks in advance
> -- brian

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