[rabbitmq-discuss] reading time extending on persistent messages

Arno Puschmann arno.puschmann at acodeas.de
Tue Jul 5 14:35:35 BST 2011

For everybody who is interested in this issue.

I re-installed the following packages from the version 1:13.b.3-dfsg-2ubuntu2.1 to version 1:13.b.1-dfsg-2ubuntu1.1

erlang-nox (version 1:13.b.1-dfsg-2ubuntu1)

Getting the packages from here http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/e/erlang/

After this it worked for me fine on Ubuntu 10.04 (using RabbitMQ 2.4.1). I don't know exactly on which package it depends. After this the RabbitMQ Web-Console said that the Erlang Version R13B01 is installed. Maybe it works also with the new packages with the version 1:13.b.3-dfsg-2ubuntu3 or 1:14.b.2-dfsg-3ubuntu2. However Ubuntu 10.04 comes with a version which doesn't worked for me for persistent messages.

Thanks for your responds.

-----Original Message-----
Von: Matthias Radestock [matthias at rabbitmq.com]
Gesendet: Freitag, 1. Juli 2011 17:53
An: Arno Puschmann
Cc: rabbitmq-discuss at lists.rabbitmq.com
Betreff: Re: [rabbitmq-discuss] reading time extending on persistent messages


On 01/07/11 15:54, Arno Puschmann wrote:
> Then I tried the same thing on a other system with Ubuntu 9.10 on a
> Single Core 2,3GHZ and only 512MB RAM and RabbitMQ 2.5.1. With this
> system I get almost the same results as you.
> So what's the different between these machines? The only thing I have
> found was that on my first machine with a slow reading I have the new
> erlang version of all erlang packages 1:13.b.3-dfsg-2ubuntu2.1 and on
> my fast reading machine I have the old erlang package version
> 1:13.b.1-dfsg-2ubuntu1.1.
> Could this be the problem?

That's certainly a possibility. To rule out any other differences, could
you upgrade Erlang to R13B3 on the second machine, or downgrade Erlang
to R13B1 on the first?



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