[rabbitmq-discuss] RabbitMQ broker crashing under heavy load with mirrored queues

Steve Powell steve at rabbitmq.com
Thu Dec 22 18:32:06 GMT 2011

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On 22 Dec 2011, at 16:52, Venkat wrote:

> I saw a post on RabbitMQ 2.7.1 Release. We will be planning to upgrade
> to 2.7.1.
> Thanks
> Venkat
> On Dec 21, 9:39 pm, Venkat <vvelu... at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Good evening.
>> We have  a cluster of two RabbitMQ nodes running 2.7.0 version using
>> mirrored queues.
>> There are 25 queues all using x-ha-policy = all.
>> There was a point where one queue had 5000 messages and the other
>> queue had about 600K messages. Message consumption was slow due to the
>> business logic using Cassandra was slowing down. At this point
>> executed rabbitmqctl report command one NodeA. It displayed that node
>> was down though the node was up. Executed the report command on NodeB,
>> after there was no response. After some time when executed rabbitmqctl
>> list_queues command on NodeA some of the queues were not listed. I
>> just wanted to find running report command when broker is under heavy
>> load can cause any problem.
>> Thanks
>> Venkat
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