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From Gary Tully <gary.tu...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: activeMQ broker for our useCases
Date Fri, 11 Jun 2010 12:38:46 GMT
Look at the slow consumer handling policies to deal with messages
accumulation.
http://activemq.apache.org/slow-consumer-handling.html

On 10 June 2010 11:18, radha_mit <RadhakrishnanD@ivycomptech.com> wrote:

>
>
>
> We want to have a messaing system, which has the following needs
>        . persistent messages at about 300 / sec  and
>          non persistent messages at about 2000 / sec.
>
> The broker must run for 30-40 days without any hiccups and no message loss
> must be there.
>
>
> in the tests we conducted, we found that activeMQ supports all these things
> except long running in case of persistent messages.
> We used AMQpersistence store as the persistent store and activeMQ 5.3.0 was
> used.
>
> Our persistent use case is this :  one producer publishing messages to a
> topic and 9-10 subscribers subscribing to it.
>
> We ran this scenario and activeMQ slowed down after 30 hrs.we killed the
> broker.
>
> however, during the middle of the run, i killed one consumer by mistake.
> however, messages meant for that consumer were pending in the disk and at
> the time of killing the broker, the pending messages were nearly 5 GB. is
> it
> because of this the broker slowed down ?
>
> With respect to non persistent messages, the broker was fine even after 3
> days of running and we stopped the broker.
>
>
> Can you tell us whether the broker going slow is expected or is it because
> of the size piling on the disk ?
> Also, can you tell us what topology will be the best in implementing this ?
> ( we want to use network of brokers since it is faster than the JDBC one )
> .
> Should we have separate broker for persistent messaging and non persistent
> messaging ?
>
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