[rabbitmq-discuss] Large Message Timeout on Receive

Simon MacMullen simon at rabbitmq.com
Fri May 28 17:28:29 BST 2010

Hi Ryan.

There certainly should not be a problem with messages of that size. I 
don't have a .NET development environment to hand right now but as a 
sanity check I converted your test program into Python and it worked 
fine (against 1.7.2).

I'll poke about in the .NET client next week - in the meantime can you 
confirm the client and server versions you're using?

Cheers, Simon

On 28/05/10 16:26, Teising, Ryan (FICC Principal Technology) wrote:
> I put together the attached sample code (using the .NET API).
> <<Program.cs>>
> I put 10 messages on a queue, and then I try to read those same messages
> off of the queue.
> The first call to BasicGet returns the first message, but the second
> call to BasicGet never returns. If I reduce the size of the of the
> messages down to 4096 bytes (instead of 2097152), then the BasicGet
> calls work as expected.
> Is there a size limitation on on messages that can be put on the queue?
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