[rabbitmq-discuss] message in queue

Akhil Kodali akhil.kodali at gmail.com
Thu Feb 25 11:46:41 GMT 2010


The queue doesnot duplicate the message, the application happens to post it
as it is unable to determine what is in the queue.

To avoid duplicates one way is to expire out the messages in the queue after
certain period of time, anyway to configure it.
Currently I am checking it at the application level.

Akhil Kodali

On Thu, Feb 25, 2010 at 2:34 PM, Tony Garnock-Jones <tonyg at lshift.net>wrote:

> akhil wrote:
> > I have noticed that a few messages spend way too much in the queue,
> > due to which duplicate reposting of message occurs.
> Hmm. The only way that could happen is either if no-one is listening to
> that queue, or if whoever receives the message for some reason fails to
> acknowledge it before disconnecting. What could be causing that, in your
> application?
> > Is there any way to track the life cycle of a message in the queue.
> > For eg how much time the message has spent in the queue.
> I'm afraid there's nothing like that at present.
> Regards,
>   Tony
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