[rabbitmq-discuss] adding consumers to existing queue

Andreas Jung lists at zopyx.com
Mon Aug 2 05:09:23 BST 2010

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I think this is the same issues as asked some weeks ago on the list
(check the archive)...also related to Python. I think I answered that it
is related to the parameters passed to the qos() method. I can not
recall the details...please look in the archive (and check for my answer).

- -aj

Robert Grey wrote:
> I apologize if this question has been answered, I've searched the mailing lists and google for a couple of days.
> I'm using Python and py-amqplib to connect to a durable, non-auto-delete queue. The consuming clients take a while to process message (~ 2 or 3 minutes) and I would like to increase and decrease clients dynamically to respond to load. Unfortunately, it appears a currently connected client blocks or holds all the messages that were added before new clients connect. Is this correct behavior? Or is there some kind of setting I am missing?
> Thanks for any suggestions.
> -Robert Grey
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