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From James Green <james.mk.gr...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: ActiveMQ slowness every 30 days
Date Fri, 10 Dec 2010 17:36:39 GMT
Why do you need to redeliver topic messages? To me you are bending a message
queue to react like a database.

Does the log show anything? I'm wondering if the kahadb cleanup is kicking
in and is eventually going over some threshold causing the slowdown.

James

On 9 December 2010 18:28, fenbers <Mark.Fenbers@noaa.gov> wrote:

>
> Hi,
>
> My AMQ clients get very slow or freeze up altogether after about 30 days of
> ActiveMQ running.  I solve the problem (until about 30 days later) by
> deleting the $ACTIVEMQ_HOME/data/kahadb directory and restarting ActiveMQ.
>
> In looking for clues to this problem, I notice (before I delete the
> directory and its contents) that the db-*.log files (where * is an
> incrementing number) are all about 33MB in size but have a timestamp about
> every 3 or 4 days in the early part of the 30 days, but gradually become
> more frequent such that by nearly 30 days since an AMQ restart, there are
> about 3 or 4 files per DAY.  I really have no idea if this is a cause to
> the
> problem or a result of it.  Nor do I know what the purpose of these files
> are as they are binary, not text files.
>
> Here's another possible cause:  My client apps (subscribers) do not
> acknowledge "topic" messages.  This is because I want messages to be keep
> being redelivered any time the subscriber is restarted (so long as the
> messages haven't expired).  But perhaps this is the cause of the
> exponential
> frequency of log files and the slowdown after 30 days.
>
> What can I try (without acknowledging messages) to keep AMQ from bogging
> down my clients after 30 days and consuming an exponential amount of disk
> space?
>
> Mark
>
>
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