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From Fraser Adams <fraser.ad...@blueyonder.co.uk>
Subject Re: How to determine if the --max-queue-size has been applied to a queue - Command forgotten
Date Tue, 12 Feb 2013 18:37:05 GMT
Or you could fire up the nice shiny GUI that I've recently released :-)

That will definitely tell you - it's listed as qpid.max_size when you 
select a specific queue that you've applied max-queue-size to. In QMF 
there's an arguments property of the queue Object which is a Map and as 
I say it's the qpid.max_size property of that Map.


Though to be fair and to answer Rajesh's original point if you do 
"qpid-config queues" you'll get max size e.g. I've just done:

qpid-config queues
Queue Name                                     Attributes
======================================================================
0e61de65-eff7-48ad-b5ae-82834f96cc97:0.0       auto-del excl
TempQueue00b305ab-07b1-4272-b9f8-94865a47f6d4  auto-del excl --argument 
no-local=False
TempQueue2e572412-fb19-4c5b-8cf4-1d3e16f7540f  auto-del excl --argument 
no-local=False
TempQueue34d76d55-bbc3-4a92-9ab8-2302e215fbbf  auto-del excl --argument 
no-local=False
testqueue --max-queue-size=500000000 --limit-policy=ring

Frase


On 12/02/13 09:30, Pavel Moravec wrote:
> Hi Rajesh,
> I suppose you mean qpid-tool. Run it, wait 10 seconds to get management data, then issue
command "list queue" and then "show <ID>" where ID is the queue's ID from the left-most
column.
>
> Optionally to get all such data immediately, you can send a proper QMF request to the
broker (i.e. within a Python or C++ program) - let me know if you are interested in it.
>
> Kind regards,
> Pavel Moravec
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Rajesh Khan" <rajeshkhan808@gmail.com>
>> To: users@qpid.apache.org
>> Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2013 9:51:58 AM
>> Subject: How to determine if the --max-queue-size has been applied to a queue - Command
forgotten
>>
>> Hi I remember a couple of weeks ago I was using a command to
>> determine the
>> details of a queue. I thought it was qpid-config  but that wasn't it.
>> That command would give me the limit policy and the queue size along
>> with
>> other details of all the queues. Any ideas on what it was ?
>>
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