[rabbitmq-discuss] How to assure response even if rpc server goes down.

Alfonso Alvz alfonso.alvz at gmail.com
Tue Nov 26 19:35:57 GMT 2013

I was wondering if there's is a way to *make the messages persistent in 
case the server fails?.* If the client sends a message with no server 
running, it stays there awaiting for the response and it doesn't get 
anything once the server goes up again.. 

Having a configuration like this: 
If the server disappears, *is there a way to resume the process whenever 
the server is up again?* A retry of the client or that the server gets the 
client request once is up again...  How could I do this? (the 
"durable=True" parameter doesn't accomplish this...)


The complete example is in this rpc tutorial<http://www.rabbitmq.com/tutorials/tutorial-six-python.html>

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