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From Gary Tully <gary.tu...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: jms.prefetchPolicy.queuePrefetch=1 means 2 outstanding messages?
Date Fri, 16 Nov 2012 11:26:55 GMT
you still need to tune the prefetch. the prefetch extension is used when a
message is delivered but not acked, such that the broker and dispatch
another message, the idea being that there will always be prefetch num
messages pending. It also allows a transaction batch to exceed the prefetch
value.
So with prefetch=1, one message is dispatched, and when the broker gets a
delivered ack, it used the prefetch extension to deliver another. With
usePrefetchExtension false, it won't dispatch another message till the
original is acked.


On 16 November 2012 06:04, himanshu_s83 <himanshu_s83@yahoo.co.in> wrote:

> Ok. Sure, will try that. So I assume that with usePrefetchExtension=false,
> it
> doesn't matter whats the prefetch size. Correct?
>
> With Prefetch Size 0 we initially saw messages getting consumed faster but
> after a while, consumption rate became dead slow and queue size kept on
> increasing to a very high value, even after increasing consumers. So we
> reverted to earlier value of 1.
>
> We are using 5.0 version of ActiveMQ and consumers are created in a
> threadpool with each consumer thread having a dedicated session. Our
> threaded model is straightforward:
>
> while(1) {
> consumer.receive() //threads block here for new message
> processMessgae() //message get processed here
> acknowledge() //message get acknowledged
> }
>
> In addition to above, we are catching exceptions and calling
> "session.recover()" appropriately.
>
>
>
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