[rabbitmq-discuss] timestamp basic property looses milliseconds?
majek04 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 23 11:12:36 GMT 2012
On Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 20:04, Ken Baltrinic
<kbaltrinic at bericotechnologies.com> wrote:
> We are attempting to use the amqp basic property "timestamp" via the
> RabbitMQ java client (see code below) to record the point in time when
> the message gets sent. However, we are finding that when a message is
> pulled from the bus, the timestamp property of the retrieve message
> has had its milliseconds component dropped. We are using rabbitmq
> 2.7.1 with erlang R15B. Is this a bug or by design? Other than using
> our own headers, is there a better way to do this? We would love it
> if Rabbit itself would provide this timestamp as it would eliminate
> issues with client clocks not being in sync.
AMQP spec says:
> 184.108.40.206 Timestamps
> Time stamps are held in the 64-bit POSIX time_t format with an
> accuracy of one second. By using 64 bits we avoid future wraparound
> issues associated with 31-bit and 32-bit time_t values.
So, as far as you're using the built-in timestamp field, it will be
rounded to a second. Sorry.
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