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From "stefan.moser" <>
Subject Re: Changing the reference store for the AMQ Message Store
Date Wed, 15 Apr 2009 21:08:16 GMT

Hi Dave,

I've been running the broker standalone, without the service wrapper, and so
far it's working great.  Can I ask why you suggested this?  Why would it
have an effect on the internals of how ActiveMQ runs?  It makes it quite
impractical if I can't use the service wrapper once I deploy my app.


Dave Stanley wrote:
> It seems as though your message store has been corrupted. You will
> probably
> need to wipe the <AMQ>/data directory to start from a clean
> In order to try and narrow down why this might be occurring:
> 1) Try test without the java service wrapper (standalone broker) and see
> if
> it makes any difference
> 2) Try and enable syncOnWrite=true for the persistenceAdapter and see if
> that helps
> 3) Can you post some specs on the machine your using for your it
> particularly fast? anything unusual about the disk setup?
> 4) How are you stopping your broker. Are you using the windows scm (or
> killing it using the windows task manager ..).
> Hope this helps,
> /Dave
> On Tue, Apr 14, 2009 at 4:19 PM, stefan.moser
> <>wrote:
>> In the documentation
>>  for
>> the AMQ Message Store, it mentions that it uses Kaha by default for the
>> reference store.  I'm assuming then that there are other options for the
>> reference store, but I can't find any mention of them.  I'm new to
>> ActiveMQ,
>> so maybe I'm just not recognizing the lingo.
>> The reason why I would like to look at other reference stores is that I'm
>> currently experiencing a halting problem with my current AMQ Message
>> Store
>> setup,
>> detailed here .  I've tried switching to JDBC persistence using Derby,
>> but
>> it's too slow for my needs.
>> Can someone please help!
>> Cheers,
>> Stefan
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