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From Jon Gorrono <jpgorr...@ucdavis.edu>
Subject Re: freeing up prefetch, if that is what this is (which I doubt)
Date Thu, 12 Feb 2015 22:10:34 GMT
I'd have to try a fresh install of AMQ and fill it up again... since I am
still seeing this behavior in the webconsole... nobody got time for that :)

I'll try to do that in the next several days, though when I think I have
the breathing room. The steps, in abstract, are really included in the
email:

get amq 5.8.0 (currently on macosx mavericks), run process to full up
queue... view in webconsole,, all messages viewable.

access with stomp client with 'auto' ack -> streams hundreds of messages,
webconsole reflects this, still show tons of messages

add client with 'client-individual' ack subscription, but not ack in
code.... run stomp client, get only three messages and AMQ blocks... look
in webconsole.... same, except without any page hanging: just three
messages.

add code to ack, streams all the messages I want, webconsole still only
showing three (not the same three, due to dequeueing.

I'll post back if I clean and jerk the server.

Thanks

On Fri, Feb 6, 2015 at 2:37 PM, artnaseef <art@artnaseef.com> wrote:

> That is very odd.  Is it possible you can provide a test, or simple test
> steps that reproduces the problem reliably?
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