[rabbitmq-discuss] immediate, mandatory flag with no consumers
munni at etrade.com
Thu Apr 26 19:46:40 BST 2012
Thanks Emile for pointers!
i changed the timeout to 30 seconds - yet i don't get the return call.
i checked broker for list_queues, bindings and making sure there are no consumers - it seems to be configured correctly.
btw : this code is client-side, and i am testing if the server is up.
emile, if you could send me the code that you tried as a stand-alone, it might help much.
as it is - thank you very much for looking at it.
On Apr 26, 2012, at 9:31 AM, Emile Joubert wrote:
> On 26/04/12 17:17, Monish Unni wrote:
>> I do have a 3 second timeout when consuming messages.
>> so what's an appropriate wait time? what would be "long enough" ?
> I couldn't possibly say, because it depends partly on the expected
> latency. 3s sounds sounds long enough - unless the broker is orbiting
> Something else to check is whether the broker state matches up with your
> rabbitmqctl list_queues name consumers
> rabbitmqctl list_bindings
> Also check the broker logfile. The problem is probably closer to the
> client side though, since your code worked for me.
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