[rabbitmq-discuss] Repairing a crashed cluster - Obtaining persisted msgs from master

Simon MacMullen simon at rabbitmq.com
Wed May 1 17:27:20 BST 2013

That documentation is only an hour or so old; the feature is new in 
RabbitMQ 3.1.0. So I'm not surprised you didn't notice it before :-)

Cheers, Simon

On 01/05/13 17:23, ranjitiyer wrote:
> Hi Simon,
> Please ignore my second question about unsynchronized slaves. This is a
> newbie mistake. I reread the documentation and found this.
> "Explicit synchronisation can be triggered in two ways: manually or
> automatically. If a queue is set to automatically synchronise it will
> synchronise whenever a new slave joins - becoming unresponsive until it has
> done so."
> Ranjit
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Simon MacMullen
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