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From Christian Schneider <ch...@die-schneider.net>
Subject Re: The size of KahaDB doesn't seem to decrease
Date Wed, 15 Mar 2017 07:53:33 GMT
We recently had a case at a customer where some dead letter queues 
retained messages for a long time while messages in all other queues 
were short lived. The long lived messages were messages from short lived 
queues that were moved to the dead letter queues. This created very 
sparsely populated kahadb journals of quite extensive size (~50GB).

In that case it helps to switch to multi kahadb:
See chapter "Automatic Per Destination Persistence Adapter" in 
http://activemq.apache.org/kahadb.html.

This creates one kahadb per destination. So you can keep the kahadb size 
small without manually deleting the queues regularly. The dead letter 
queues of course remain but now are very densely populated so they just 
use minimal space.

Christian

On 15.03.2017 08:18, Hidekazu wrote:
> Thanks Andreas
>
> The article you introduced me was very helpful to understand the
> specification of kahaDB.
>
> I have to say there was a miss-communication among our developer team.
> I heard that there was no pending queue in ActiveMQ, however,
> There were a lot of pending queue in ActiveMQ and that was the reason kahaDB
> journals were never deleted.
> I'm sorry.. (but thanks to you, I understood the it well.)
> After deleting pending queue in ActiveMQ GUI console, kahaDB journals were
> deleted.
>
> Thanks a lot.
> Kawai
>
>
>
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Christian Schneider
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