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From William Henry <whe...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: Large persistent queues
Date Thu, 10 Jun 2010 14:52:45 GMT
Hi Wes,

Can you provide some more clarification.  Do you mean that a single message might be larger
than the RAM that you have and you want to use the persistent queue to store parts/all of
that message? Or do you, more probably mean, that you can deal with whole messages but you
just may not be able to process them fast enough and want to use large disk capacity to manage
due to RAM size?   Have you looked at flow-to-disk?

Also that does the throughput and message size look like?


----- "Wes Parish" <wes@firstshotprecision.com> wrote:

> We have a broker with a modest amount of RAM, but a very large disk
> capacity.  Can we create a small in-memory queue, but a large
> associated journal (for persistence)?  Basically, we want to allow a
> persistent queue to hold a larger number of elements than the broker
> has physical RAM to store in the in-memory queue.
> Wes

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