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From bnortman <BNort...@integrien.com>
Subject Re: Need help figuring out how to configure ActiveMQ.xml
Date Fri, 06 Nov 2009 16:55:47 GMT

These are persistent messages.



rajdavies wrote:
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> On 5 Nov 2009, at 23:43, bnortman wrote:
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>>
>> Just started using ActiveMQ 5.3
>>
>> I have 1 producer and 1 consumer on a queue. Right now I have  
>> problems where
>> my consumer is busy and can't keep up. After a while ActiveMQ will  
>> run out
>> of memory and crash and then my product doesn't work to well. I've  
>> tried
>> different methods of using destinationPolicies and can't find any  
>> good idea
>> on how to configure it to do what I want.
>>
>> What I want it to do is only use so much memory lets say 128 MB and  
>> store
>> the rest to disk.  I need strictOrder.  If the disk uses more than  
>> lets say
>> 1 GB then I want it to not accept any more info from the producers,  
>> but keep
>> send to consumers. Once it gets below the limit of it can start  
>> sending
>> again.
>>
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> Are these persistent or non-persistent messages you are sending ?
> 
> cheers,
> 
> Rob
> 
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