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From Gary Tully <gary.tu...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: AMQ 5.5.1 - Duplicate Messages After Network Outage and Broker Restart
Date Mon, 02 Apr 2012 14:46:43 GMT
the best way to validate your back port is to verify that the problem
is resolved with a 5.6-SNAPSHOT[1],
there are some tests that exercise that feature, in particular:
org.apache.activemq.usecases.TwoBrokerQueueClientsReconnectTest#testDuplicateSend

maybe give that a run on your branch.

If you can produce a unit test that fails on trunk or a 5.6-SNAPSHOT,
please reopen
https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AMQ-3576

[1] https://repository.apache.org/content/repositories/snapshots/org/apache/activemq/apache-activemq/5.6-SNAPSHOT/


On 31 March 2012 00:05, brucent <brucent@gmail.com> wrote:
> After resolving my previous problem with the a network connector reconnection
> after a network outage I am now seeing duplicate messages being delivered
> from a queue.  The situation is this:
>
> I have a spoke instance which has a network connector to a hub instance.
> For testing purposes I have them running on different ports and am using a
> port forwarder to allow me to simulate a network outage.
> I have a queue producer connect to the spoke instance and as fast as it can
> send messages.  Those are routed through the network connector to the hub
> instance and consumed there.  While messages are flowing, the port forwarder
> is killed and brought back simulating an outage.
>
> If I send 1000 messages I always see 1000 messages being received by the
> hub's consumer.  However when I look at the hub queue's JMX bean it says
> that there are a few extra messages still in the queue that have not been
> delivered to the consumer.  These are duplicates that are apparently stuck
> in some state in the hub's broker.  That have apparently been correctly
> identified as duplicates because they are not delivered, but neither have
> they been discarded.  I was about convinced that it was just a problem with
> the JMX bean's statistics until I restarted the hub instance and reconnected
> the consumer.  The duplicate messages were then delivered.
>
> Are there any settings that I can use in 5.5.1 to allow these duplicate
> messages to be discarded?  I see some discussion of features in 5.6 that may
> help.  I tried back-porting the auditNetworkProducers setting but either I
> didn't get all of the code changes or the setting isn't applicable in this
> case.
>
> Thanks,
> Bruce
>
>
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