> will there be instructions posted on how to build OpenMQ from
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The OpenMQ can be built by "mvn install" after git clone from
github.com. For example, in my case, directly connected to
internet, no proxy setting nor .m2/settings.xml file,
it builds successfully. There is a mq/README file.
On 9/29/17, 3:04 PM, Will Hartung wrote:
For the time being, we have fully vacuumed the database,
and literally have a simple shell "while" loop running the
normal vacuum in a continuous cycle. The vacuums take about
5s now. The three largest tables:
mqtxn41cmqcluster 14MB total space
mqmsg41cmqcluster 50MB total space
mqconstate41cmqcluster 19MB total space.
We're going to research the autovacuum settings so that we can
hopefully use those.
I still think we may consider MySQL for this, however. I just
loathe the idea of having to introduce in another database,
especially one we're not that familiar with.
We peak at around 60 messages/sec across both legs.
The broker legs share the same machine with the
application, so each application only "talks" to the local
broker (rather than random or round robin). We figure if the
app machine goes down, we don't really need the "other" JMS
leg anyway, as long as the messages will be delivered to the
live leg. Seems to work for us. More for reliability than
Also, will there be instructions posted on how to build
OpenMQ from github? Right now there's a requirement on some
glassfish plugin for maven, but no information on where that
is (and it's apparently not in the public repos). I can't
even load the source code (easily) in the Netbeans.
Thanks again for your help, Amy.
P.S. Also, thanks for having the git hub source trunk
build cleanly with a simple mvn command. All good stuff.