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From Carl Trieloff <cctriel...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: 0.5 C++ example listener hangs during testing
Date Wed, 05 Aug 2009 20:46:20 GMT
lroloson wrote:
> Carl,
>
> I have the 0.5 broker and direct_producer running on Linux, and a slightly
> modified 0.5 direct_listener running on windows. When the connection is
> established, I receive all of the messages, in order from the Linux broker.
> Everything appears to be fine. 
>
> I am now testing some fault recovery scenarios, such as a broken ethernet
> connection between the linux broker and the windows consumer. When I
> intentionally disconnect the cable from the linux machine, the producer
> continues, the messages and the queue are persistent, all of the messages
> are saved. The windows producer detects the broken connection and retries to
> establish the connection (I modified direct_listener to do that). When I
> plug the cable back in, the client reconnects, and the messages are
> delivered again, albeit out of order. (see my previous posts in this
> thread). 
>
> I am looking for a way to get the broker to send the messages in order, when
> the connection is reestablished. 

got it,  can we do a quick experiment. pull the cable. then kill the 
client, and start a new one when
the link is re-connected and check the order across the two clients. 
This will tell us if it is in the
client or client's local queue for example.

Carl.

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