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Re: question about growing number of addresses in artemis


This looks like a bug to me. Could you describe a simple way to reproduce
the issue?


Justin

On Mon, Apr 30, 2018 at 11:29 AM, Daniel Hutchison <daniel.hutchison@xxxxxxx
> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I've recently upgraded to artemis 2.5 from an old version of activemq.
>   I've been running in my test environment for about 2 weeks now, and I
> notice that artemis is displaying about 22,000 addresses that look like
> this:
>
> Address:                ID:esbtst-51076-1516925608717-1:1413:18
> Address size:           0
> Binding names:
> Message count:          0
> Number of bytes per page: 10485760
> Number of messages:     0
> Number of pages:        0
> Object
> Name:            org.apache.activemq.artemis:broker="0.0.0.0",component
> =addresses,address="ID:esbtst-51076-1516925608717-1:1413:18"
> Paging:                 false
> Queue names:
> Roles:                  amq,true,true,true,true,true,true,true
> Roles as
> json:          [{"name":"amq","send":true,"consume":true,"createDurable
> Queue":true,"deleteDurableQueue":true,"createNonDurableQueue":true,"del
> eteNonDurableQueue":true,"manage":true,"browse":true,"createAddress":tr
> ue,"deleteAddress":true}]
> Routing types:          MULTICAST
> Routing types as json:  ["MULTICAST"]
>
> I'm curious as to what would cause these generic addresses to show up.
>  Is it because some of my consumers,clients are not setting a client
> id?   I did notice similar ids show up in activemq under the "Active
> Non-durable Topic Subscribers" list.    Sometimes the list would get
> long, but usually stayed in a maintainable state.
>
> On artemis, the address entries just seem to grow and not clean up.
> So, is there something that I need to configure on artemis to clean
> these addresses up automatically?  Or maybe, I have a misconfigured
> client that needs to be tweaked so it doesn't generate so many
> addresses?    And if so, anyone have some pointers on how to track back
> which connection is generating these addresses?
>
> Thanks,
>
> -daniel