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Re: There is no increment in producer count with dstat command.


The producer and consumer counts are the number of connected processes
filling those respective roles, so the producer count would only increase
if additional producer processes connected while the original ones remained
connected.

It sounds like you want to see the number of messages published, which is
the enqueue count, and you can see that it got quite large (13 million) for
both queues.

Tim

On Wed, Sep 12, 2018, 8:35 AM nageswarb <nageswar.unix@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi Team,
>
> I'm new to activeMQ, I'm unable to see producer count increment when
> traffic
> running from locally or externally. Please help on the same.
>
> # activemq dstat --> command output and it has been truncated as per the
> requirement.
>
> Name                                                Queue Size  Producer #
> Consumer #   Enqueue #   Dequeue #   Forward #    Memory %
>
> queue.any.ntf.notifEvent01.1_0                              13
>  0
> 1    13167216    13167207           0           0
>
> virtualTopic.cpm.notificationevent.1_0                       0
>  0
> 0    13167491           0           0           0
>
> Thanks
>
>
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