[rabbitmq-discuss] Fwd: .Net RabbitMQ.Client Issue: Deadlock on ConnectionShutdown

Derek Greer dbgreer at gmail.com
Mon Sep 24 15:19:50 BST 2012

> I propose that you look at the problem from another perspective. If a
> connection crashes then forget about that connection and all the
> channels contained in it. The library will clean them up. Return to the
> point of control where the connection was established and reconnect and
> re-establish brand new AMQP subscriptions.
I appreciate the suggestion and will give this some thought.

> The absence if renewable subscriptions may well be considered a flaw.
> Instead of trying to be all things to all people, the library instead
> offers the building blocks to build solutions that can hopefully suit
> every user. Signalling connection and channel lifetime events is an
> important component building block.
I'm not suggesting that the RabbitMQ client library provide renewable
subscriptions, but only that the building blocks provided not preclude
higher-level concepts such as this from being created by others.
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