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From Tim Bain <>
Subject Re: message stucks in 4 brokers network
Date Sat, 25 Jul 2015 21:52:23 GMT
If all brokers connect to all other brokers using duplex="false", then you
have a complete graph and messages can pass from any broker.  So I don't
think duplex has anything to do with your problem.  (Though if you have a
duplex connection from every broker to every other broker, then there are
two bi-directional connections between any two nodes, and I don't know how
that would behave; where I've worked with networks of brokers, I've always
avoided having more than one identical network connector between any pair
of nodes.)

Even if you have connectivity between all nodes, you won't forward messages
if 1) they've exceeded the max TTL (note: I'm talking about network hops,
NOT JmsExpiration), or 2) they've already been sent to that node and would
now need to be sent back to it.  #2 got addressed by your
replayWhenNoConsumer setting.  For #1 (which didn't get discussed here),
you might want to check that you've set your TTL high enough to support the
maximum number of forwards the message would need in your absolute
worst-case scenario (clients repeatedly hopping between brokers, etc).


On Thu, Jul 23, 2015 at 8:11 PM, Cadmean <> wrote:

> This problem has been solved by :
> 1. setting F5 load balancer as :  least connection & session keeping
> 2. setting networkConnector as : remove localhost, duplex="true",
> dynamicOnly="true"
> 3. setting destination policy as : replayWhenNoConsumer="true"
> I think the main problem of my question is duplex="false", which means the
> messages forwarded from other brokers cannot replay.
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