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From "Michael Black" <>
Subject RE: Dispatched Queue Size
Date Sat, 27 Apr 2013 13:21:30 GMT
I downloaded 5.8.0 and ran it plus used the activemq-5.8.0-all.jar
Same problem although the 400 sleep ran correctly the 1st time but failed on
all subsequent.
Restarting the active server I couldn't get the 400 sleep work again so it
may be timing sensitive.'
Your mileage may vary.
I'm going to try and run this on Linux next and see if I see the same
Remember I'm on WinXP 64 right now.
I can test Windows 7 too if need be.

-----Original Message-----
From: Christian Posta [] 
Sent: Friday, April 26, 2013 5:54 PM
Subject: Re: Dispatched Queue Size

Let us know what happens if you run on a LAN. If you can post your
code/configs, or better yet, create a unit test that shows this, it'll be
much easier to tell you what's going on.

On Fri, Apr 26, 2013 at 8:28 AM, mdblack98 <> wrote:

> Do I need to post my client code to get an answer to this?
> I can reproduce that at any time quite easily.  It happens continuously
> while the client is running.  A little less than 1% of the total number of
> messages end up not showing Dequeued but they are actually being processed
> and ack'd.
> The "Dispatched Queue Size" never decrements,  I zero it out by deleting
> the
> topic and shortly thereafter it gets stuck again not showing a few
> be dequeued.
> If figure this has to be a timing issue because it's on a WAN.
> How do you address, acknowledge, or re-receive the outstanding messages in
> the dispatched queue size?
> Or how do I tell that an acknowledge is ignored?
> I'm betting everything would run fine and dandy on a LAN.  I may have to
> try
> that and see if it behaves OK.
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