[rabbitmq-discuss] Why rabbitmq stop pushing message to consumer

Michael Klishin mklishin at gopivotal.com
Fri Apr 25 12:58:36 BST 2014


On 25 April 2014 at 13:11:14, qiujixiong (qiujixiong at 163.com) wrote:
> > Is stopping pushing message to consumers the reason of message  
> accumulated or the result of message accumulated? Another thing,  
> the message is durable, and disk io at that time was almost full.  
> May this be the reason of message accumulated? Then, still, why  
> consumers could not receive message from rabbitmq?

Resource-based flow control should only block publishers. Re-creating connections
won’t help: every publishing connection will be blocked. Consumers should not
be blocked but nearly running out of disk space sounds alarming and can prevent
RabbitMQ from moving messages to disk or very heavy OS paging .

What’s in RabbitMQ log? There should be disk and RAM alarms logged. rabbitmqctl status
indicates disk limit alarm should be on.
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MK  

Software Engineer, Pivotal/RabbitMQ


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