[rabbitmq-discuss] Flow Control behavior in a Cluster Questions

Norm Vilmer nvilmer at gmail.com
Wed Oct 16 17:19:29 BST 2013

Regarding the following line in the Flow Control documentation (

"When running RabbitMQ in a cluster, the disk alarm is cluster-wide; if one 
node goes under the limit then all nodes will block connections."

If I have 2 virtual hosts on a 6 node cluster with each node using local 
disk for persistence and each virtual host mirrors its queues across 3 
nodes, will a disk alarm on one disk block all producer on the cluster 
regardless of virtual host and queue mirror?

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