[rabbitmq-discuss] Can someone please confirm the clustered durable queue behavior?

Eugene Vasilchenko evasilchenko at groupcommerce.com
Sat Dec 29 03:39:38 GMT 2012


Thanks again, so this means that even though the queue is durable, since
it's mirrored, the durability won't matter in this case until the last node
goes down. So if the last node goes down and it restarts, since it's coming
up as the first node and it's queue is durable, then it will just come back
up with that queue still in tact. Right?

On Fri, Dec 28, 2012 at 10:32 PM, Matthias Radestock
<matthias at rabbitmq.com>wrote:

> Eugene,
> On 29/12/12 03:21, Eugene Vasilchenko wrote:
>> So if I understand it correctly, once the original master is back
>> online as a slave, its old messages will get consumed, meaning it's
>> possible that we will get some old, previously consumed messages
>> again. (Since we already consumed them earlier from the new master?)
> No, as I said
> <quote>
> The old, rejoined master becomes a slave, initially *empty* and
> unsynchronised.
> </quote>
> Matthias.

Front End Engineer  |  Group Commerce Inc.
646-549-8891 |  evasilchenko at groupcommerce.com
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