[rabbitmq-discuss] persistent messages stored where?
simon at rabbitmq.com
Wed Oct 20 22:15:53 BST 2010
Yes; assuming you haven't been doing anything funky with changing node
names etc. You'll pick up the configuration database and a couple of
other things too, but they're not huge. To count just the message store,
(I think, maybe Matthew will correct me now...)
You should also be aware that when a message gets routed to many queues,
RabbitMQ only stores one copy on disk (plus a lot of pointers). I don't
know if that's relevant to your use case.
On 20/10/2010 10:05PM, Steve Haneman wrote:
> I'm looking to find out how much disk space 1,000,000 10k messages
> take up on disk. I pushed the messages and then shut down the
> server. If I do a "du -sh" in the /var/lib/rabbitmq/mnesia/
> directory, is that it?
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> persistent messages stored where?
> On 20/10/2010 9:38PM, Steve Haneman wrote:
>> Where are the persistent messages stored on a generic Ubuntu
>> RabbitMQ 2.x install?
> I'm not sure how much detail you are looking for, so here's the
> minimum ;)
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