RabbitMQ keeps messages in memory (memory overflow)

Published: 10/10/2019
RabbitMQ keeps messages in memory (memory overflow)
Source: SERVERFAULT.COM

I have RabbitMQ server in cluster (2 nodes). All queues are durable, mirrored and all messagess are set as persistent. I wrote application to synchronize database changes over RabbitMQ queues. In most cases queue is empty because consumer can read changes as fast as producer can produce it. Unfortunately on initial synchronization (when all rows from all tables are transfered) there are lot of mes

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