[rabbitmq-discuss] strategies for guaranteeing order?
nkodner at gmail.com
Mon May 14 19:32:36 BST 2012
I'm using RabbitMQ 2.6.1 and Pika .95 with a single producer process and a
single consumer process.
I have a business requirement to process messages in the exact order that
they were received. Fortunately, this is very low volume - maybe 1 message
every 10 or 15 minutes.
If consumer-side processing fails for any reason on the consumer end, I
need to resolve the issue and not consume any subsequent messages from the
queue until the original problem is fixed.
I'm noticing that if I don't acknowledge a message, that it goes back into
the queue but it seems to lose its place in line.
In case consumer-side processing fails, I could reject the message but then
when I get a new message from the queue, instead of re-retrieving the
failed message, I get the next one created.
In the real-world, I don't expect to have too many messages in my queue
unless it gets backed up due to failures.
I'm sure that I'm not the first person with this requirement-how do others
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