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From Robert Davies <>
Subject Re: what does "Replaying recovery log" mean? Embedded broker
Date Sat, 23 Nov 2013 05:50:25 GMT
Your using Apollo ? This is part of the recovery process for the message store of the broker
- though not sure why its getting replayed - unless you are using a hard shutdown on the broker
- in which case this is normal, and is done to ensure the message store is in a consistent
state on start up.

On 23 Nov 2013, at 02:57, Brian Reinhold <> wrote:

> What does 
> Replaying recovery log: 0.00% done (0/310 bytes) @ 0.00 kb/s, Infinity hrs
> remaining.
> mean. Every once and a while I see this when running my embedded broker
> (protocol tls) type mqtt.
> To get rid of it I have to delete the created default /data directory and
> /webapp-resources directories. I am guessing it has to do with replaying
> some type of message (which I have not yet sent) or I am still missing
> something in the configuration.
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Rob Davies
Red Hat, Inc
Twitter: rajdavies
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