[rabbitmq-discuss] RabbitMQ 3.0, SSL and rc4

carlhoerberg carl.hoerberg at gmail.com
Mon Mar 18 11:29:49 GMT 2013

The same thing even without SSL. Screenhosts of both a user connection and the node memory status page:


On Sunday 17 March 2013 at 17:19, Matthias Radestock-3 [via RabbitMQ] wrote:

> On 17/03/13 03:05, carlhoerberg wrote: 
> > The users says he's just consuming, but the mgmt interface shows that's 
> > he's both sending and receiving traffic in ~20kb/s, but only receiving 
> > 0.5msg/sec and not delivering any messages. 
> > 
> Are you saying there's 20kb/s traffic each way on the connection, but 
> the publishing rate is 0 msg/s and the consuming rate is 0.5 msg/s? 
> Perhaps there is some weird ssl chatter going on. Could you ask the user 
> to connect without SSL? 
> It would be good to see a screen shot of the connection details for the 
> connection(s) by that user, so we can see both the data rates on the 
> connection and message rates on that connection's channels all on one 
> screen. 
> Also, you said before that "memory usage will grow indefinitely until 
> [rabbit] crashes". Please post the output of 'rabbitmqctl status' when 
> you see the high memory usage, which should give us some idea where the 
> memory is going. 
> > When the connection if force closed this is returned: 
> > 
> > {exit, {channel_termination_timeout, {gen_server,call, 
> > [<0.27132.1>,{shutdown,"Closed via management plugin"},infinity]}}, 
> > [{gen_server,call,3}, {rabbit_mgmt_wm_connection,delete_resource,2}, 
> > {webmachine_resource,resource_call,3}, {webmachine_resource,do,3}, 
> > {webmachine_decision_core,resource_call,1}, 
> > {webmachine_decision_core,decision,1}, 
> > {webmachine_decision_core,handle_request,2}, 
> > {rabbit_webmachine,'-makeloop/1-fun-0-',2}]} 
> > 
> Is that on a really busy server? There is a grace period of 3 seconds x 
> number_of_channels during which rabbit tries to terminate connection 
> gracefully. If that time threshold is exceeded then the connection is 
> terminated regardless. The above message is a symptom of that. I have 
> filed a a bug to clean up the error reporting in the management UI for that. 
> Regards, 
> Matthias. 
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