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From Gary Tully <gary.tu...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Correct way to build a mesh of brokers
Date Mon, 26 Jul 2010 16:20:26 GMT
sorry, yes, having only half of them duplex will do it. I neglected to
ask what version you have, in any event, the issue referenced in the
last message (AMQ-2704) was recently resolved so you need to try a
5.4-SNAPSHOT to get the benefit.

On 26 July 2010 17:10, ripienaar <rip@devco.net> wrote:
>
>
>
> Gary Tully wrote:
>>
>> you need to turn duplex off or only create the bridges from one
>> broker. With your config, where every broker is connected to every
>> other broker, duplex=true causes every broker to be connected twice to
>> every other broker!
>>
>> duplex is handy in a hub-spoke topology where the spoke initiates the
>> forwarding bridge in duplex mode, negating the need for the hub to be
>> ware of the spoke.
>>
>
> I have tried both, but will try again.
>
> If you look closely though I do not connect duplexes from every node in the
> config on the pastie.
>
> dev1 duplex -> dev2
> dev1 duplex -> dev3
>
> dev2 duplex -> dev3
>
> those are the only duplex connections, I believe that is identical to making
> a full mesh with non duplex connections, as duplex will just have it setup
> the back bridge for you?  There would be no multiple connections.
>
> On reconfiguring it as you describe:
>
> dev1 -> dev2
> dev1 -> dev3
> dev2 -> dev1
> dev2 -> dev3
> dev3 -> dev1
> dev3 -> dev2
>
> All non duplex, same behavior.
>
> Current config on dev1 http://www.pastie.org/1060682 dev2 and 3 is similar
> just the connections change.
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