[rabbitmq-discuss] Flow Control is to rigorous

Frank Shearar frank.shearar at gmail.com
Thu Apr 25 18:34:00 BST 2013

On 25 April 2013 17:21, rabbit15 <bison_art at o2.pl> wrote:
> Hi, I have question about flow control. I have producer which send sometimes
> messages faster than consumer can read. I want to RabbitMQ will store them
> on the server. I use delivery not persistent to faster work. I see that when
> there is to much messages flow control blocked sending new messages, but
> there is a lot of memory, cpu and disk space on the server.

I assume you're seeing transient flow control. When you're sending
fast enough that Rabbit can't push the message into a queue, it tells
you to slow down. You might want to read


> I changes
> watermark for memory to 0.9. I don't want to store messages on my producer,
> but on the RabbitMQ server.
> Other question is there is some mechanism to reject some messgaes when there
> is to much flow.
> Best Reagrds,
> Artur
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