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From Steve Angelovich <SAngelov...@lgc.com>
Subject Pending message limit strategy and memory limits
Date Wed, 29 Aug 2012 16:47:14 GMT
All,

I have a situation where I'd like to discard non-persistent messages if 
necessary.  What I'd like to do is discard the oldest messages first for 
slow consumers but only if needed.

So far I've;
  - turned off flow control
  - set the memory limit in my default policy entry
  - added a message limiting strategy

Questions;

Is setting the memory limit on the destinations a good idea if I'm using 
some type of message eviction strategy?  I don't know the number of 
producers or consumers so I'm not sure how to specify this limit correctly.

I'm using the ConstantPendingMessageLimitStrategy.  Does this strategy 
immediatly start evicting messages based on the limit or is the memory 
limit of the destiation first taken into account?  For example if I have 
one very slow consumer but lots of memory available would it allow the 
pending messages to grow beyond the limit I've specified.

My broker is embedded so we don't ship the jars necessary for 
persistence so I don't want overflow to be spooled to temporary disk.  
Should I be specifying the VM cursors?



Thanks,
Steve

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