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From jbelch <jamesbe...@verizon.net>
Subject Re: JMX interface with Java Broker .20
Date Thu, 01 Aug 2013 15:11:20 GMT
My active node's configuration looks like the following:

<virtualhost>
    <name>test</name>
    <test>
       <store>
         
<class>org.apache.qpid.server.store.berkeleydb.BDBHAMessageStore</class>
         
<environment-path>${QPID_WORK}/bdbhastore/eutilrhs1</environment-path>
          <highAvailability>
             <groupName>ReplicationGroup</groupName>
             <nodeName>eutilrhs1</nodeName>
             <nodeHostPort>eutilrhs1:5001</nodeHostPort>
             <helperHostPort>eutilrhs1:5001</helperHostPort>
             <durability>SYNC\,SYNC\,SIMPLE_MAJORITY</durability>
             <coalescingSync>false</coalescingSync>
             <designatedPrimary>true</designatedPrimary>
          </highAvailability>
       </store>
....
   </test>
<virtualhost>

I know it working because I have a couple of queues setup as durable.  I
publish durable messages to those queues, cycle the broker, and the message
persist.  I can also see the messages being written to the bdbhastore
directory.  I added -DJEMonitor=true to the qpid-server script and now I
have a "com.sleepycat.je.jmx" element in the jconsole tree, but I still
don't have the BDBHAMessageStore element.  



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