[rabbitmq-discuss] How to recover publish message when server is shutdown or crash?
sameek at arosys.com
Mon Aug 1 13:18:38 BST 2011
> 1 - you can't (except perhaps with the recent queue mirroring feature
> which hasn't yet been released). However you can at least guarantee
> that the message has been persisted - either by publishing it within a
> transaction (once the transaction is committed, you're sure its
> effects are permanent), or by using "publisher confirms"
> 2 - yes, it does effect the performance IIRC. I had a server slowed
> down to a crawl and then crash when it had several thousand (mostly
> unused) queues.
> Thank for reply.which java API will help me to delete the queue and when
> queue is deleted after sending ack or before?
> 2011/8/1 sam_mis <sameek at arosys.com>:
>> I'm using Rabbitmq-server-windows-2.5.0.I have certain doubt:
>> 1.if Rabbitmq server is shutdown or crash.How i'm able to recover my
>> message from server.
>> 2.if number of queue are created over server it effects the performance
>> server or it's logical(queue).if yes then the queue delete is necessary
>> server,after using queue.
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