[rabbitmq-discuss] memory flow control
simon at rabbitmq.com
Thu Oct 4 12:26:57 BST 2012
On 04/10/12 12:14, Tim Watson wrote:
> EWOULDBLOCK can only be detected on an nio socket/channel, so this isn't possible with the java-client in its current incarnation.
It's more likely that we'll go the route of inventing a protocol
extension so the server can tell the client it's blocked. That way we
don't have to rewrite the whole Java client, and also the server can say
*why* it's blocked.
This isn't going to happen immediately though.
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