[rabbitmq-discuss] rabbitmq with one producer no consumer

Darius Damalakas darius.damalakas at gmail.com
Thu Jul 15 15:25:45 BST 2010

> > I think you should use some flow control. If your Rabbit has the memory
> > alerts turned on, then your producer can pick up the
> > channel.flow/active=false and stop sending until you get the active=true.
> >
> > Otherwise your sending of persistent message will eventually make Rabbit
> run
> > out of resources.

IMHO, If it is not possible to store big amounts of messages, that will
require storing them somewhere else. Which basically means implementing
messaging logic twice.

Is there a possibility to use a different database back-end for persisting

Darius Damalakas
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