[rabbitmq-discuss] Help defining appropriate queue model

Fabio Margarido fabiomargarido at gmail.com
Tue Apr 19 16:04:36 BST 2011

Hi Michael,

it's been a long time since our last email exchange, and I've still not been
able to dedicate some time to this issue. Things are a little too hectic
right now for me, and I suspect the learning curve involved would make it
event more complicated.

If you could consider adding support for this feature whenever you have
spare time to dedicate to this project, I'd be really grateful. Otherwise I
guess I'll just have to put it indefinitely on hold... :/

Thank you.

On Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 08:35, Michael Bridgen <mikeb at rabbitmq.com> wrote:

> Fabio,
>     Right, at the minute the last values are transient. It probably
>>    wouldn't take much coding to make it save things to disk for durable
>>    exchanges.
>> OK, that figures... :) I know nothing of Erlang, but I'll take an
>> overall look and try to come up with an acceptable solution for my case.
>> Would that be a feature useful enough that you'd consider including in
>> your code?
> Sure!  Here's a sketch: use two mnesia tables, one ram only, for
> non-durable exchanges, and one on disk, for durable exchanges.  In a single
> node this will be relatively easy; if you use a cluster, you'll need to find
> out which nodes have on-disk state.
> Michael
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