[rabbitmq-discuss] Install a plugin in the broker

Félix López jaaaelpumuki at gmail.com
Fri Aug 3 09:45:41 BST 2012

Let me check.

Regarding the throttling:
It's a temporary solution, I'd like to try to do good one with credit flow,
but later.

It preserves the order in what they arrive, so when a message for the
exchange Test1 arrives a process is spawned with a timeout, the next
message for the same exchange takes into that time, so it calculates its
timeout basing on it.

About the rate limit with multiple concurrent publishers, why not? It
stores the next timeout in a transaction, so the next message should
calculate its timeout taking into account the previous message.

and thanks for the answers, they're very helpful for  understanding how
rabbitmq works.

2012/8/3 Matthias Radestock <matthias at rabbitmq.com>

> On 03/08/12 09:31, Félix López wrote:
>> I'm with the tag
>> 2b15e92cadcd (rabbitmq_v2_8_x) rabbitmq_v2_8_5
> That's the public-umbrella revision. Are you sure that you are on the
> 2.8.5 branch *for all the sub repositories*, in particular rabbitmq-server?
> Matthias.


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