[rabbitmq-discuss] Protection against slow consumers

jiri at krutil.com jiri at krutil.com
Tue Nov 2 09:06:02 GMT 2010


> One way to get more control over what clients are doing is to insert  
> an AMQP proxy. Proxies are great for dealing with authentication and  
> authorisation, load balancing, throttling, etc.
> In this specific case you could have a proxy that inspects all  
> queue.declare commands and either rejects those w/o an appropriate  
> x-message-ttl or inserts the x-message-ttl on the client's behalf.

Interesting. How would I go about doing that?
Is there a tutorial or documentation I could look at?


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