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From Tim Bain <tb...@alumni.duke.edu>
Subject Re: Queue hanging with n to n network of brokers
Date Wed, 09 Mar 2016 14:37:53 GMT
It sounds like you've found a bug.  Please submit a bug report in JIRA,
including config files and test steps required to reproduce the problem.
Please reduce the config files to the smallest form that still reproduces
the problem; eliminate anything that's not required, to make it easier for
whoever investigates the issue.

Even better would be to create a unit test that demonstrates the problem
and attach that to the JIRA bug report.
On Mar 8, 2016 5:43 AM, "Lucas Dias" <lucas.dias@ceabs.com.br> wrote:

> Hello,
>
> After many testing, it seems to work fine when reseting the broker. I've
> included a reboot step in my recipe to run when a broker comes up or down,
> indeed I've seen the network work again.
>
> It looks like the runtime plugin does not fully restores the broker network
> when reloading the file.
>
> Answering your question: When looking at the network consumers I see their
> number gets increased when there are messages being produced, however
> there's no consumption.
>
> The prefetch was just experimental, as you can read at the documentation:
>
> "If you have very few messages and each message takes a very long time to
> process you might want to set the prefetch value to 1 so that a consumer is
> given one message at a time."
>
> I was experimenting some values to find any evidence, my hipothesis was the
> network connections were holding messages as I've seen too many broker to
> broker consumers.
>
> The evidence seems towards the network is still not prepared for dynamic
> configurations.
>
> I will try a few more testing, and eventually come up with more evidences.
>
> Thank you
>
>
>
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