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From Kevin Burton <bur...@spinn3r.com>
Subject non-persistence of messages with leveldb replication…
Date Mon, 02 Feb 2015 23:18:29 GMT
Given that:

1.  ActiveMQ shouldn’t be your main database. You should have a secondary
system to store message and send them to AMQ

2. You may have repair code to re-push messages into AMQ

3.  you’re running with LevelDB replication…

.. then what’s the purpose of persistence?

It really only handles the situation where you have an ENTIRE datacenter
failure.  If you have one node fail, the messages should be replicated.

And if you DO have a datacenter failure, you can just repair your queue
from your database.

Of course, I don’t *think* that leveldb replicates non-persistent messages.

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