I am using rabbitmq 2.5.1 on a rhel based os with erlang R14B-02.
For stomp-benchmark details look at:
The scenario provided makes memory increasing and if you let it run for
time at some point rabbitmq crashes because it can not allocate memory.
If you are interested I kept the crash dumps.
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On Sat, Aug 6, 2011 at 2:11 PM, Massimo Paladin
> I am doing some testing with RabbitMQ and Stomp.
> I am using stomp-benchmark to run the scenario attached to this email.
> It is producing small messages at highest rate possible on a topic on a
> RabbitMQ server, the topic does not have any consumer attached.
> I can be run with such a command:
> sbt run --host host --login guest --passcode guest --port 61613
> --scenario-file custom.xml /tmp/rabbitmq_topic
> I am running rabbitmq-server on a 16GB memory machine and 8GB swap with
> watermark level of 0.5 (7.8GB watermark)
> Memory level output from the web interface reach values > 20GB.
> Why does the memory goes up if there are no consumers attached to the
> Messages are supposed to be discarded straight away.
> Massimo Paladin
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