[rabbitmq-discuss] AD Queues Not AutoDeleting
stuff at moesel.net
Tue Apr 2 23:07:24 BST 2013
>> So you want a temporary queue that will be mirrored and needs to
preserve messages when the client disconnects?
Ha. When you put it that way, it sounds like a foolish request, doesn't
it? I think maybe my best bet is to setup the queue with an expiry policy.
That way I can give my client some time to reconnect, but if they never
reconnect, I can eventually trash the queue... Maybe that is the answer
On Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 2:25 PM, Michael Klishin <michael.s.klishin at gmail.com
> 2013/4/2 Chris <stuff at moesel.net>
>> Or to put it another way: I think that if I want to be sure not to lose
>> messages during a reconnection, I have to reconnect to the same queue, and
>> therefore that queue cannot be declared exclusive. Which leads to the next
>> question: If it is declared autodelete, do I have a small grace period in
>> which I can reconnect and resubscribe before it autodeletes itself?
> I would not rely on that. It would create a race condition that will cause
> a lot of operational pain.
> So you want a temporary queue that will be mirrored and needs to preserve
> messages when the client disconnects?
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