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From artnaseef <...@artnaseef.com>
Subject Re: 5.9 to 5.10 Upgrade
Date Mon, 20 Oct 2014 22:19:49 GMT
Yeah, it should work fine.  Just keep in mind that messages on a broker are
only reactively moved to another broker, and they only ever live on a single
broker at a time (for the most part).

So, shutting down a broker with messages that have not drained will either
lose those messages (for non-persistent messages, including Topic and temp
dest messages) or delay their delivery (persistent messages).

To drain messages, it is possible to kick off the clients from the broker by
stopping the transport connector for the clients and then give bridges time
to drain the messages (i.e. forward them to other brokers).  However, this
most likely requires prior planning so that the transport connector for
clients and for network bridges are separated.  Otherwise, a separate tool
to bridge the messages would be needed.

Are the brokers in the network all stand-alone without H/A, or are they all
in master/slave clusters as well?  If master/slave, then upgrading the
master will result in the slave becoming active, reducing the delay in
delivering persistent messages.



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