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From Tim Bain <tb...@alumni.duke.edu>
Subject Re: ActiveMQ and Replicated LevelDB Store
Date Tue, 06 Oct 2015 04:39:53 GMT
What's the question here?  Why temp usage exceeds TempLimit?  Why
StoreUsage for the three brokers seems unrelated to disk usage?  Why three
brokers in a LevelDB cluster have vastly different StorePercentUsage
values?  Something else?

Do you have Producer Flow Control (
http://activemq.apache.org/producer-flow-control.html) enabled?

Tim

On Mon, Oct 5, 2015 at 6:47 AM, zystem <za20@mail.ru> wrote:

> I have standard 3 node ActiveMQ cluster.
> I monitor it via JMX. And this is what I see:
> Master:
> StoreLimit=8589934592
> StorePercentUsage=2
> TempLimit=5368709120
> TempPercentUsage=3
> Slave1:
> StoreLimit=8589934592
> StorePercentUsage=93
> TempLimit=5368709120
> TempPercentUsage=146
> Slave2:
> StoreLimit=8589934592
> StorePercentUsage=7
> TempLimit=5368709120
> TempPercentUsage=0
>
> Actual filesystem state is:
> Master:
> du -hs /var/activemq/data/
>  266M   /var/activemq/data
> Slave1:
> du -hs /var/activemq/data/
>  124M   /var/activemq/data
> Slave2:
> du -hs /var/activemq/data/
>  119M   /var/activemq/data
>
> So question is what means
> StorePercentUsage=93
> TempPercentUsage=146
> then used Replicated LevelDB Store
>
> Or in another words why Replicated LevelDB Store ignores this settings
> StoreLimit=8589934592
> TempLimit=5368709120
>
>
>
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