[rabbitmq-discuss] Protection against slow consumers

Paul Jones pauljones23 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 2 08:57:01 GMT 2010

On Tue, Nov 2, 2010 at 8:41 AM, <jiri at krutil.com> wrote:

> You can, but they'd have to set the x-message-ttl argument as part of the
>> queue declaration.
> Sure, but what if they don't want to cooperate?
> It seems to me that AMQP design in general assumes that peers always
> cooperate, which is a bit surprising for a protocol intended for
> communication across enterprises.

Would it perhaps to plausible to implement some kind of AMQP policy gateway
between Rabbit and the external clients? This could enforce the setting of
various attributes on the declarations, and even allow for far more advanced
rules to be applied than Rabbit might want to support.

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