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From pete.oconn...@ihsystems.co.uk
Subject Ever increasing Kahadb Logs
Date Thu, 21 Jul 2016 12:56:20 GMT
Hi All,

I'm wondering if someone can point me in the right direction, I'm
struggling to find how to reduce the size taken by the Kahadb log
files.

I've been searching online and everything points to messages that are
sat on the queue that have not been ack'd by a consumer. I'm using
Hawtio to look at my topic statistics and I can see my Enqueue size
for a number of topics is high but the Dequeue is 0 for all. The queue
size is also 0. I've attached a screenshot of my topics.

I'm not the developer of this system, simply a member of the team
investigating a lack of resources and trying to find a solution either
manually or programatically which I can pass onto our dev engineers to
implement a fix.

Am I able to remove/ack messages on my topics to start to dequeue them
without doing any programming? I'm assuming our dev's are reading the
messages but aren't acking them as there's multiple consumers (is this
right that you wouldn't ack them as you wouldn't know if you were the
last consumer to read it?).

Thanks in advance!

Pete

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