[rabbitmq-discuss] a common-lisp amqp client
james.anderson at setf.de
Wed Feb 17 21:33:07 GMT 2010
On 2010-02-17, at 21:27 , Matthias Radestock wrote:
> james anderson wrote:
>> rabbitmq suppresses zero-length frames.
>> as demonstrated by this manner to implement chunking, these
>> frames most definitely carry information.
>> in which case, i am surprised the broker is permitted to drop them.
> This isn't a case of the broker dropping frames but re-chunking/re-
> framing content.
the transcript did not indicate that there was any reframing.
the two frames with non-zero length were forwarded as published.
> That is something a broker is permitted to do and in some cases
> even has to do since the negotiated max frame size on the publisher
> connection and consumer connection may be different.
if that were to apply.
and where a writer and a reader agree on a frame size?
anyway, it seems quite peculiar for a broker to muck with the
clients' data without cause.
is there any way to turn it off?
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