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From "Andres Rangel" <>
Subject RE: ActiveMQ Configuration for Production
Date Wed, 17 Sep 2008 21:44:34 GMT
If  you are not using the camel middleware , I will take out the entire
camel context from the configuration file itself
<camelcontext> ... </camelcontext>

Also the /demo, and fileserver application, I will take them out

I am also looking for some doc for the activemq.xml config options.
If you found ,  please pos it here

Andres Rangel
Sw Engineer

-----Original Message-----
From: Jigar Naik [] 
Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2008 12:32 AM
Subject: Re: ActiveMQ Configuration for Production

ok.. thanks mario... 

i think i have to spend sometime with active mq. 

Is there any document available for activeMQ.xml file configuration ?

thanks & regards,
jigar naik

Mario Siegenthaler-2 wrote:
> I consider the 100gb memory limits a bit excessive.. I don't know your
> production system, but if you get 100gb memory per queue I absolutely
> want to own it :) This values refer to available RAM, I think
> something like 20mb should be enough for most purposes.
> Depending on the environment you're deploying into I'd
> password-protect the openwire connector.
> I'd make JMX accessible, protected with a ssl-certificate or
> username/password. I'll be really valuable for debugging.
> Are you sure you want to run an in-broker webconsole? I'd never do
> that on a production system, since it i.e. shares the memory with your
> broker. So when the webapp goes OOM your broker is gone as well. I'd
> deploy it into a dedicated webserver (tomcat, jetty)
> --Mario
> On Sat, Sep 13, 2008 at 9:28 PM, Jigar Naik
> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I am going live with my ActiveMQ 5.1.0, but before going live i
wanted to
>> make sure weather my activemq.xml file is fine for production
>> I have uploaded the active-mq.xml file, please advice me if i need to
>> make
>> some additional changes in the configuration file for production
>> environment.
>> Thanks you for spending your valuable time,
>> With Regards,
>> Jigar Naik
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