[rabbitmq-discuss] Can't send payloads above 80kB to a RabbitMQ server ?
maxime.montinet at gmail.com
Sat Apr 12 04:13:47 BST 2014
I'm trying to send base64 encoded chunks of data through a RabbitMQ server,
from a Python client.
It goes perfectly fine for payloads in the 1 to ~80kB range, but anything
above that and I get a connection reset, with an error saying Resource
There are absolutely no errors in the server log when this happens.
I have tried this with Python clients, using both pika and rabbitpy, and
also using different versions of rabbitmq-server (2.8.4 on a Debian host,
and 3.2.4 on an OSX 10.9 host), the error and its circumstances are the
same. There was no custom configuration whatsoever done on the test servers.
Here's a link to the script I used for my tests, host/usernames blanked out
: http://pastebin.com/xWEFeM2K . As you can see, fairly simple test setup,
and we can see the error appearing at approx. 80kB. All the data that's
send to the broker is sane (Just a bunch of base64-encoded random junk).
I have also tried to simply reconnect to the broker when this happens, and
trying again, but as expected my publication is always rejected.
As I understood it, there wasn't really any limit on the size of the
messages a rabbitmq broker was capable of handling, am I in the wrong here
? Does anyone know what I can do to sort this out ?
I can provide information as needed, just ask :)
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