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From Rob Davies <rajdav...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: relationship between per destination memory limit vs broker memory limit
Date Sat, 13 Dec 2008 13:11:28 GMT

On 13 Dec 2008, at 10:29, emc2family wrote:

>
> Hi,
>
> it sounds like per destination memory limit is a sub-allocation of the
> broker's system usage memory limit.  in other words if broker mem  
> limit is
> 50 mb, then per destination mem limit is part of that instead of in  
> addition
> to that.  if anybody can confirm this please i'd appreciate it.    
> thanks a
> bunch.
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Yes - that's correct! - the system usage always overrides the  
destination memory too - so if you have 10mb of space left in a  
destination - but none left in the broker's overall memory (used up by  
other destinations) - then you're producers will still block ...


cheers,

Rob

Rob Davies
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