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From Czaban...@dgt.com.pl>
Subject Re: ActiveMQ - how to makes it stable - don't care about performance - what is the best practise?
Date Tue, 03 Nov 2009 22:12:48 GMT



>What sort of instability are you seeing?  If there were some specific 
>areas than people could comment on how they've addressed them.

Producer can send the message, but consumer nothing get.
There is two ActiveMQ servers and C# clients with failover on.

>what hardware are you using? or virtualization?
Dell servers
>what os (for clients and server)?
Centos 4.4
>how many brokers are you intending to run and how will you network them?
Two.
>how many queues do you intend to use?
2000 queues
  - how many topics do you intend to use?
10 topics
  - how many producers or consumers are you expecting?
4000
  - what sort of message volume are you expecting?
less then 1kb
  - what protocol will you be using? jms, stomp, etc..?
openwire version 2

Best regards
Piotr

Czaban wrote:
> Hello, we would like to setup the instance of ActiveMQ 5.3 with the best
> factor of stability - we do not need high performance at all. What is the
> best practice and configuration for this issue?
> 
> Best regards
> Piotr 



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