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From Vuppala <>
Subject Re: How to get first 100 messages in the queue into an array
Date Wed, 17 Jun 2009 23:00:59 GMT

Thanks for reply.
If I understand,
If I Increase memory usage to 500mb, it should handle even queue is
populated with 1 million messages.

As I said earlier, currently I am using browse method of queueviewMbean
class to get all the messages in an array and then moving them to another

please correct me if the logic could be refined better or my understanding
is wrong.

I appreciate your help.

bsnyder wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 2:57 PM, Vuppala<> wrote:
>> I am using ActiveMQ-5.2.0.
>> I have a scenario like, Queue can have a lot more than 100,000 messages.
>> So, I am afraid I get OutOfMemory error if I tried to move them to a
>> different queue in a single shot.
> How much memory is specified in the memoryUsage element in the
> conf/activemq.xml config file? If you're using the default of 20mb,
> you need to increase this. By default, the JVM in which ActiveMQ runs
> is given 512mb of memory, so you should raise the memoryUsage amount
> up to a maximum of that amount.
>> I see method 'browse' on 'QueueView' class which returns all the messages
>> in
>> the queue.
>> So, if I can read specified number of messages ( like first 100) into an
>> array and move them to a different queue and loop the same till queue
>> gets
>> emptied.
>> Please help me how can I achieve this at the earliest possible as I am
>> running short of time.
>> I appreciate your help.
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