[rabbitmq-discuss] Is heartbeat option working in C-client?

Alan Antonuk alan.antonuk at gmail.com
Sun Dec 2 19:04:01 GMT 2012

The rabbitmq-c client does not support AMQP heartbeats.


On Sun, Dec 2, 2012 at 3:44 AM, Dawn L <dawn_l2012 at yahoo.com> wrote:

> I'm writing RabbitMQ C-client code. After I turn on the heartbeat
> option with the "heartbeat" parameter in amqp_login() function - i.e.,
> passing a value 10 (seconds) instead of 0 when calling amqp_login()
> amqp_rpc_reply_t amqp_login
>     ( amqp_connection_state_t state,
>       char const *vhost,
>       int channel_max,
>       uint32_t frame_max,
>       int heartbeat,
>       amqp_sasl_method_enum sasl_method,
>       ... )
> My C-client can start to receive heartbeat message (the message
> has frame_type "AMQP_FRAME_HEARTBEAT"). However, after getting the
> heartbeat messages for two times, the connection and channels opened by my
> client have been abruptly closed by the server. From what I read in the
> past articals, if the client sends any kind of message to server before the
> timeout, the connection shouldn't be closed. However, this is not the
> case for me - I've tried to respond with either normal messages (via normal
> channel), or frames with frame type AMQP_FRAME_HEARTBEAT (via channel
> 0) right after the client received the heartbead message, but
> the connection is still closed by the server regardless.
> Is it because the heartbeat functionality has not been fully implemented
> yet? Or is there any special kind of message that should be send as
> response message to the heartbeat message? If it's the second case, can you
> provide sample code for reponse message?
> Thanks a lot,
> Dawn
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