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From Johan Edstrom <>
Subject Re: Poor performance while using virtual topic mode
Date Fri, 18 Oct 2013 20:38:18 GMT
Another thing I'd say a little bit tongue in cheek is when it comes to use-cases; Why?
I see a lot of different use-cases and "unique" problems, usually the problem is that
being unique is the problem....

On Oct 18, 2013, at 12:55 PM, Christian Posta <> wrote:

> lol i don't think there is magic to learning this stuff *fast* :) if you
> stumble upon some magic beans, or a refreshingly magical drink, then
> please, please, please point me to it :)
> activemq is a fairly complex piece of server software. time and experience
> cannot be substituted.
> your best bet is to grab someone who knows linux and networking a little, a
> good JVM profiler (yourkit), and Rob/Dejan's book, and figure out where
> your  bottlenecks are. If you've figured out where the bottlenecks are,
> then come back here and we can give some suggestions for configuration
> tweaks.
> paid support is also available:
> Good luck!
> On Fri, Oct 18, 2013 at 7:52 AM, HellKnight <> wrote:
>>    Never had any experience about servers, clusters , linux OS ,
>> enterprise
>> level software etc before(Actually I mean when I was at university).It
>> really suffers when I encounter some problems and can not come up with any
>> ideas to find its cause step by step and resolve it at last, not to mention
>> bosses getting mad and deadlines ahead, haha.
>>   I wonder whether there is any way to learn these things fast, reading
>> blogs/articles/books seems to be a bad idea because I read a lot about
>> ActiveMQ but I still can not come up with satisfactory solutions when
>> something wrong about broker or new requirements/use case comes to me .
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