[rabbitmq-discuss] Recommended ways of basic queue introspection

Michael Klishin michael.s.klishin at gmail.com
Mon Aug 1 15:11:59 BST 2011

2011/8/1 Michael Bridgen <mikeb at rabbitmq.com>

> It's not queues being FIFO that is constraining, but the fact that reads
> are destructive.  For example, one can't peek at the first message in the
> queue, either -- which would be FIFO, but not destructive.

That's my main concern. I am totally fine with FIFO ordering, I just need a
way to have a way to read messages (both persistent and transient), for
example, via HTTP API.
Consistency requirements are also nothing special: if my solution will get a
slightly inconsistent snapshot once in a while, that's OK.

If messages are not stored in Mnesia, is there a way to query them in the
rabbitmq internal API? does Rabbit itself or one of existing plugins do
something like this?


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