[rabbitmq-discuss] JavaClient HeartbeatSender
dmitry.andrianov at alertme.com
Thu Feb 20 13:53:34 GMT 2014
I'm trying to build a load-testing environment where one Java process
establishes lots of connections to RabbitMQ and then sends/receives
More of these virtual clients I can fit into single Java process - the
As I am thinking of tens of thousand so obviously I want to minimise
number of threads spawned for each client.
ConnectionFactory supports that by allowing me to pass my own
ExecutorService to newConnection but as soon as connection is
established, it starts a HeartbeatSender on it.
And it looks like HeartbeatSender always creates its own
Executors.newSingleThreadScheduledExecutor()) and there is no way to
tell it not to do so.
When I set heartbeat interval to 0 or do not call
setRequestedHeartbeat() att all, it still uses heartbeat of 600 - I
assume the value comes from the server side.
So there are two questions:
1. Is there an elegant solution for this on the client side?
2. The fact I can supply my own executor to ConnectionFactory but still
another one will be used for heartbeats - doesn't it sound like a bug? I
assume there is no issue tracker for me to use - so how do I report it?
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