[rabbitmq-discuss] How to handle extremely large queues

Michael Klishin michael.s.klishin at gmail.com
Sun Feb 16 19:11:40 GMT 2014

2014-02-16 22:32 GMT+04:00 Greg Poirier <greg.poirier at opower.com>:

> In our current configuration, we have a 3-node cluster with 2 disc and 1
> ram node with HA mirroring to all nodes in the cluster. In periods of high
> utilization of the cluster, we are noticing frequent partitioning. We have
> narrowed it down to this particular use case as none of our other clusters
> (running on the same physical hardware with the same cluster configuration)
> experience this kind of partitioning.
> Is there some better way that we can configure RabbitMQ to handle this
> kind of load pattern? I understand this is perhaps not the best way to use
> RabbitMQ, but it is unavoidable for the time being. Any suggestions would
> be appreciated.

Short answer is: give it more RAM.

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