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From Alan Conway <acon...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: proton Messenger error handling/recovery
Date Wed, 03 Sep 2014 22:29:08 GMT
On Wed, 2014-09-03 at 20:05 +0100, Fraser Adams wrote:
> Hello,
> I've probably missed something, but I don't know how to reliably detect 
> failures and reconnect.
> So if I sent to an address with a freshly stood up Messenger instance 
> and the address can't be found things aren't too bad and I wind up with 
> an ECONNREFUSED that I could do something with, however if I've been 
> sending messages to a valid address then I kill off the consumer I see a:
> [0x513380]:ERROR amqp:connection:framing-error connection aborted
> [0x513380]:ERROR[-2] connection aborted
> CONNECTION ERROR connection aborted (remote)
> The thing is that all of these are *internally* generated messages sent 
> to the console via fprintf, so my *application* doesn't really know 
> about them (though I could be crafty and interpose my own cheeky fprintf 
> to intercept them). That doesn't quite sound like the desired behaviour 
> for a robust system?
> Similarly should I actually trap an error what's the correct way to 
> continue, as it happens currently my app carries on silently doing 
> nothing useful and continuing to do so even when the peer restarts (so 
> there is no magic internal reconnection logic as far as I can see).
> do I have to do a
> messenger.stop()
> messenger.start()
> cycle to get things going again, I'm guessing so, but I'll like to know 
> what the "correct"/expected way to create Messenger code that is robust 
> against remote failures, as far as I can see there are no examples of 
> that sort of thing?

I've come up against similar problems, I think it's an area that needs
some work in Proton. Is anybody already working on/thinking about this


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