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From "Suchitha Koneru (sukoneru)" <>
Subject RE: subscriber issues.
Date Tue, 17 Jun 2008 05:42:14 GMT
After having read through nabble active mq forums , It is a known issue
with active mq 4.1.1 that when max inactivity duration is set to -1 ,
the client is not notified of  any connection exceptions.
This issues is mentioned in

Is there a patch available for this ? In which of the latter versions of
active MQ is this issue fixed ? 

Please let us know, we are very close to our production date.

Thanks a lot,

-----Original Message-----
From: Suchitha Koneru (sukoneru) 
Sent: Monday, June 16, 2008 1:00 PM
Subject: subscriber issues.

Hello All , 
                We use the active mq broker for exchanging the messages
between two JVM's.  One JVM is a tomcat server and the other other is
stand alone java process. The active MQ broker is started by one of the
threads in the stand  alone have process.
We use durable subscribers and non persistent delivery of messages. 
 There is one durable subscriber and topic publisher per JVM. After
running for 2-3 days the subscriber in the Tomcat server stops receiving
messages , Iam not sure if the subscriber died or if it is blocked , or
if the TCP socket got closed.  I do not see any exceptions in the logs.
Any insights into debugging this issue  ? Is there a way I can look at
all the threads and ports being used by active MQ ?  Can I print the
ports at which the subscriber and publisher are running in the logs. 
The broker url is  as follows
The maxInactivity duration is set as -1 
Version of Tomcat : 5.5.9
Active Mq Version : 4.1.1
Java 1.6
The durable subscriber in Tomcat  server is configured as per the
thank you,

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