[rabbitmq-discuss] Dangling Connection
psl88506 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 21 10:43:24 GMT 2012
I'm afraid I really don't understand your question. Instances of what!? Are
you saying two client instances connecting to one broker? Or something
else? - 2 client instances running on same server connection to different
Dangling Connection means idle connection not used for very long time.
Say suppose, client is stopped abruptly and server is not informed, such
connection should not exist. Is there any way to handle such connection i.e
remove them. since we have 2 instances we are also unable to identify which
connection belongs to which instance and how long it is not accessible.
Please respond, please let me know if any information is required.
On Fri, Dec 21, 2012 at 3:54 PM, Tim Watson <tim at rabbitmq.com> wrote:
> On 21 Dec 2012, at 10:19, PSL 88506 wrote:
> > Hi,
> > We have 2 instances running on the same Server (running on same IP
> > Hence each instance will be connect to RabbitMQ and will establish
> multiple connections
> > Say Suppose,
> > For Server-1 with IP address: xx.xx.xx.xx.
> > Instance-1 establishes 10 RabbitMQ connections(IC10, IC11, IC12....IC19)
> and Instance-2 established 10 RabbitMQ connections(IC20, IC21,
> I'm afraid I really don't understand your question. Instances of what!?
> Are you saying two client instances connecting to one broker? Or something
> > Is there any way to identify dangling connections(connection is idle)
> and for which instance that dangling connection belongs to ?
> The management web interface provides a view of active connections. I
> don't think that the information there will tell you about when the
> connection last did much useful however. What do you mean by 'dangling'
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