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From SuoNayi <>
Subject Reply:Re: Disabling auto creating data directory base structure
Date Wed, 14 Dec 2011 14:56:07 GMT
Sounds reasonable,I have used NFS store for share store too.Usually it's unstable to work with
some unknow reasons.
Does anyone know how to config NFS store to be stable?

At 2011-12-14 04:44:31,"Stevo Slavić" <> wrote:
>Found in latest trunk a class org.apache.kahadb.util.LockFile with lock
>method which I think is first one to make use of the data directory, and it
>will create all directories specified in data directory path.
>Maybe additional configuration parameter, createBaseDataDirectory, could be
>added. It could default to true for backward compatibility, but when that
>parameter is false lock method should check if data directory exists, and
>if it doesn't lock should throw IOException that it can not acquire lock
>since data directory does not exist and AMQ is configured not to
>auto-create it.
>Does this proposal make sense to others?
>On Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 12:01 PM, Stevo Slavić <> wrote:
>> Hello ActiveMQ community,
>> Is there a way to configure ActiveMQ not to create data directory base
>> structure? Most specifically for KahaDB persistence.
>> It's fine if it created subdirectories (if any needed) within existing
>> data directory base, but I'd like to prevent it from creating data
>> directory base structure.
>> Using master-slave setup with shared disk storage, and shared disk storage
>> gets unmounted, but ActiveMQ master recreates directory structure on local
>> file-system and continues working with fresh storage while it was expected
>> to shutdown immediately since it should have lost exclusive lock.
>> Regards,
>> Stevo.
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