[rabbitmq-discuss] looks like a memory leak, 2.4.1
mark.geib at echostar.com
Thu Apr 28 00:31:23 BST 2011
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We have rabbitmq 2.4.1 on debian squeeze, erlang is R14A.
Currently we have a dozen or some queue and 2-3 exchanges with message
rates of about 500/sec to 2000/sec over all the queues. These are all
direct exchanges, but both the exchanges and queues are durable and
all publishing is persistent.
What we see is that the memory footprint of rabbitmq grows after
running for just a couple to a few hours. And eventually we get VM
alarms in the rabbitmq log. The funny thing is that we never queue up
more a 10-50 messages in any queue, usually in the single digits. So
the activity seems low, and the queue sizes are small, based on number
We have seem this with 2.3.1 and then upgraded to 2.4.1 and see the
With this level of usage, etc. this does not make sense. Any ideas.??
Cheyenne Software Engineering
mark.geib at echostar.com / 35-215
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