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From Sophia Wright <sophiawrigh...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Why does connection id use broker host in case of STOMP clients?
Date Wed, 18 Dec 2013 08:34:13 GMT
Could somebody from the ActiveMQ team please respond to these queries:

What is the client id and connection id used for? How different is this from
durable subscriber id? We are working on a setup where a broker will run on
the cloud and change location from one host to another on restart. When this
happens, the connection id and client id in case of STOMP clients which is
constructed based on broker host may also change? I will specify explicit
client id and durable subscriber name for durable subscriber so that this
does not change on broker restart.

However, other ids may still change. Do you see any issues/dependencies of
running broker on the cloud and have the load balancer forward client
requests to the required host? 

If we really need to use the broker host, why not use the broker name which
is specified in the broker cfg file instead of the physical host name? 

-Sophia



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