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From Matt Pavlovich <>
Subject Re: Inclusion of <plugins><statisticsBrokerPlugin></plugins> in activemq.xml fails.
Date Wed, 25 Jan 2012 17:20:58 GMT

The broker keeping statistics, and the statisticsBrokerPlugin are two 
separate items.  The statistisBrokerPlugin is a way to have the broker 
produce a message that contains statistical information to a queue.  
This would be used by third parties to track stats, without having to 
poll JMX.  The standard stats tracking is enabled by default.

I'm sorry to hear you are having trouble getting ActiveMQ going.  I can 
assure you that it is a very good product once you get it going.  I'd 
suggest trying the Fuse build.  The Apache releases are not as 
frequent.  The Fuse release isn't a fork as much as it is just a more 
stable build.

My offer still stands to help review your config and get you going.

Matt Pavlovich

On 1/25/12 11:12 AM, Bill Moo wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 5:03 PM, Matt Pavlovich<>  wrote:
>> Bill-
>> I guess I'm not understanding your last email.  Did this fix the issue for
>> you?  If not, post your activemq.xml file to pastbin, or other clipboard
>> site, and I can take a look at it for you.
>> Thanks,
>> Matt
>> On 1/25/12 10:36 AM, Bill Moo wrote:
>>> On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 8:51 PM, Matt Pavlovich<>
>>>   wrote:
>>> Hi Bill-
>>>> Try adding the closing "/" to the statisticsBrokerPlugin element:
>>>> <plugins>
>>>> <statisticsBrokerPlugin/>
>>>> </plugins>
>>>> Tip: Also, when working with configs.  Starting AMQ with the 'console'
>>>> option.
>>>> ./bin/activemq console
>>>> Hope this helps!
>>>> Matt Pavlovich
>>>> Hi Matt, thanks for the reply but even for me the missing / would be a
>>> bit
>>> of a screamer, and yes using the colsole option is a good way of
>>> 'validating' the configuration.
>>> Thanks for your time.
> Hi Matt,
> I simply meant that leaving off the trailing slash would be a major error
> one I (hope) I wouldn't make. But that is beside the point. I have access
> to the /admin console now, as it would appear that in this version it is
> enabled by default.
> Having said that I fear we'll be giving up on using Active MQ as to say it
> is tempremental would be an understatement. So far not impressed, but it
> looks so promising.

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