[rabbitmq-discuss] Lost message in 50k size range

Gavin M. Roy gmr at myyearbook.com
Tue Mar 6 17:24:19 GMT 2012

I regularly send much larger messages.  How are you determining the message is lost? 

Have you tried setting up a stand-alone queue with no consumers and publishing the messages to it?  And are you using the management plugin? The UI is a good way to inspect that kind of stuff. 

On Tuesday, March 6, 2012 at 11:48 AM, John Reuning wrote:

> I'm using pika to send and receive bson-encoded binary data through
> rabbitmq. Pika 0.9.5, rabbitmq 2.7.1. Everything works until the
> message body goes over 49144 characters. The message disappears into
> the void at 49145 characters. The content of the message doesn't seem
> to matter, but I've not tested that extensively. The encoding is set
> to application/octet-stream.
> Pika debug logging shows the message split into multiple frames and
> sent to rabbitmq. Trace logs don't show any activity. Increasing
> frame_max didn't help. Does anyone have suggestions on how to debug
> this or what might be going wrong? I'd rather not resort to tcpdump.
> Thanks,
> -John
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