[rabbitmq-discuss] Throttling when Fast Producer, Slow Consumer
simone.busoli at gmail.com
Tue Mar 13 22:54:54 GMT 2012
Hi Paul, I haven't dealt with this problem myself as I've never had the
need to do so but as far as I know there's no flow control you can put in
place between a producer and a consumer. There are similar mechanisms
between a producer and the broker (tcp flow control), and between the
broker and a consumer (prefetch settings), but nothing built-in for the
scenario you describe.
What you describe is indeed TCP flow control, but differently from what
happens with AMQP, TCP entails a point-to-point connection, so this
mechanism makes sense, while it's unlikely that you want a single slow
consumer to slow down the entire AMQP broker.
On Tue, Mar 13, 2012 at 23:26, Bell, Paul M. <pbell at syncsort.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> What are the Rabbit "best practices" ways of handling a situation where
> the consumer is v-e-r-y slow and the producer is super-fast. IOW: I am
> trying to understand the best ways to throttle the producer in such a case.
> Assume that neither queue nor its topic exchange are durable.
> Can producer obtain information about the state of the queue, e.g., the
> number of unACKed messages, its size in bytes or number of messages, etc?
> Or is another approach indicated?
> Thanks very much.
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