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From Carl Trieloff <cctriel...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: Persistent messages sent non blocking
Date Thu, 29 May 2008 15:32:58 GMT
Carl Trieloff wrote:
>>
>>
>> Right now QPID is falling at the first hurdle. From what your saying it
>> seems such a simple example is not possible with QPID unless i manually
>> throttle the producer, which is, not to be a fine point on it, less than
>> ideal.
>>
>> Are there any workarounds here?
>>
>>   
> Yea, what happens is that MINA buffers faster than the wire... there 
> are some options
> in MINA that can be set to manage the io depth. Something we should 
> probably set as
> default.
>
> ? -Dprotectio
>
> In the 0-10 client you can also set ?qpid.read.buffer.limit and 
> qpid.write.buffer.limit  Martin
> or one someone else on the list should be able to confirm if these can 
> be set on M2.x
>
> Carl.
>

I have just been correct on IM that -Dprotectio is also a trunk thing.

Carl.

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