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From Stan Lewis <sle...@fusesource.com>
Subject Re: Topic messages lost even when they are persistent - help!
Date Fri, 03 Dec 2010 19:24:10 GMT
Yeah, just tried it here and the counter on the topic is misleading.
I believe these are in-memory only counters actually, however if you
take a look at the subscription after a restart you'll see an enqueued
message and you can dequeue it using a real consumer such as the
example consumer in the "examples" directory.

On Fri, Dec 3, 2010 at 1:43 PM, ncsridhar <srn@uc4.com> wrote:
>
> I tried what you said, but it didn't solve the issue. Here are the steps
> again:
>
>
> - I started activemq
> - created a brand new topic and a durable subscriber on it, I did both of
> those actions using the admin console gui on localhost:8161
> - put some "persistent" messages on the topic using the admin gui again. At
> this point, I can verify the "No. of consumers" to be 1 and the "Messages
> Enqueued" as 1 and "Message Dequeued" as 0.
> - restart the activemq using the command line tool, activemq-admin.bat stop
> for stopping, followed by activemq.bat for starting
> - The message on the topic are lost, again!!
>
> In this exercise, I am not running any java programs or anything. Purely
> using the admin console. Let me know what am I doing wrong. I worked on
> WebsphereMQ quite a bit in the past and the same sscenario would keep the
> messages there.
>
> Thanks.
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