[jboss-user] [JBoss Messaging] - Re: JMSServerControl.createQueue() fails when there are any
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"jmesnil" wrote : "clebert.suconic at jboss.com" wrote :
| | In your case.. you have the server full. We can't route any more messages until DestinationA had messages being consumed and Acked.
| I'm not sure I understand it. Why would I been able to consume from destinationA but not from destinationB?
| When I hit the global page mode, I'm expecting to be able to consume from any queue. Otherwise, a single queue with no consumer could prevent to consume from any other queues (like the example). This seems wrong, no?
| If global paging is "full" it shouldn't prevent destinations from being *consumed*, it should only prevent new messages being added into destinations in memory.
| anonymous wrote :
| | We can bypass paging for management or temp queues (even if I'd prefer not to) but this won't solve the issue highlighted by the example.
| | How can we make sure that when we hit the global page mode, a consumer can receive messages from any queue?
| +1 again. If we solve the core issue here then having a special case for management won't be necessary
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