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From Tim Bain <tb...@alumni.duke.edu>
Subject Re: Backup Server - Failover
Date Thu, 02 Oct 2014 17:54:51 GMT
JConsole has an MBeans tab for viewing the JMX beans for the app it
attaches to, and you can drill down to the topic and then see what
consumers are attached to it.  You might take a look there to see if there
are any consumers attached that you're not aware of, or any durable
subscriptions for consumers who are offline.  You can also look
clientConnectors->openwire->clientId at the root of your broker and see
what clients have connected (I think it shows prior connections and current
ones together) to see who's connected to that backup host...

On Thu, Oct 2, 2014 at 11:46 AM, pwalter <patrick.walter@nasa.gov> wrote:

> There were no topics when the clients started.
> At startup the primary has consumers but secondary does not.
> For each publish request the numbers of Enqueued message values increase on
> both primary and secondary servers.
> I'm using the randomize=false option, so what is causing secondary to even
> be involved until the primary is not available.
> thanks again!!
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