[rabbitmq-discuss] persistent connections into rabbit server
simon at rabbitmq.com
Fri Dec 16 13:32:47 GMT 2011
(I assume by "persistent" you mean "long lived" not "stored on disk".)
No, this should not be a problem; AMQP connections are supposed to be
able to stick around.
The number of simultaneous connections is limited by the number of file
descriptors available - controlled by ulimit on Unix and the environment
variable ERL_MAX_PORTS on Windows. So for lots of connections you may
need to tweak this.
The mgmt plugin will let you know how many file descriptors are in use.
On 15/12/11 19:44, S Ahmed wrote:
> Should it be a concern if client nodes are connecting into rabbit using
> a persistent connection?
> At what point would this be an issue? After 100 persistent connections
> or is it more a matter of message traffic?
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