[rabbitmq-discuss] Error code 541
eran.sandler at gmail.com
Thu Sep 11 13:57:36 BST 2008
I don't use an exchange. I saw that its possible to use this without an
exchange (but perhaps I'm screwing myself with regards to clustering, I
haven't taken a closer look as to how to work well with clustering).
I think BasicConsume should work just fine. I saw that it can handle the
Ack automatically. The reason I thought using BasicGet was to keep my
options open as to refuse a message for a point in time where my
consuming code will run on a couple of machines that might get upgraded
sequentially. This might lead to scenario in which I have added a new
message type I want to handle and I don't have the new code on all
Regarding the sample, I will write something quick based on my original
code and send it so it will make your life (and mine) a lot nicer (and
Ben Hood wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 1:28 PM, Eran Sandler <eran.sandler at gmail.com> wrote:
>> The publish code keeps on working correctly while the BasicGet code, on the
>> BasicGet call gets the 541 error.
> Thanks for publishing the code, and no offense intended, but the easy
> you make it for us to reproduce your problem, the more likely it that
> you will get a response. So could you attach a complete working class
> that we can just run. Otherwise we need to piece your code snippets
> together ourselves, which costs us time.
> For example, it is difficult to tell what queues you have bound to
> what exchanges.
> Also, when you are publishing a message you seem to passing in an
> empty string for the exhange name and the routing key - this seems a
> little strange.
>> When all of this started to happen I delete the content of the DB folder,
>> recreated everything (including redefining the user, vhost and durable
>> queue) and restarted the app again.
>> It worked for a while but kept on happening again. I have a snapshot of all
>> the files but the persister is about 180MB (which seems to be its average
>> Now it runs for about 12 hours through the command line (not erlsrv) and so
>> far it seems ok.
>> The memory jumps up and down reaching ~500-600mb and sometimes dropping back
>> to 100mb and going straight up to 500-600mb. Currently its ~300Mb.
> As indicated before, depending on what you are doing, this may create
> more or less load of the routing infrastructure in Rabbit.
> BTW, do you need to use Basic.Get?
> Would Basic.Consume be an option?
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