[rabbitmq-discuss] Clustering, Mirrored queue and high availability in RabbitMQ

luke manner lukemanner at gmail.com
Thu Jan 12 09:04:06 GMT 2012

Hi all,
we are studing/testing RabbitMQ in order to use it on a big project.

I'd like to know if it is correct:

   1. If I have a mirrored queue, all consumers of this queue are all
   connected to the master queue and not to the slaves (slaves are used for
   backup if master node fails).
   2. When a queue (mirrored or not) is  dinamically  created  by a client
   in a cluster enviroment , it is created on the client's node and not in any
   node of the cluster (so there is an automatic load balancing of queues in a
   3. If a client is connected to a mirrored queue and the master of the
   queue fails/goes down, a slave is defined as a new master and new
   connections go through the new node; but all old clients, that were using
   connections to the old master node, have dead channel and RabbitMQ don't
   create automatically connection to the new node.

Are these sentences right?

Thanks in advance!
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