Messaging

STABLE

Coordinates

<dependency>
  <groupId>org.wildfly.swarm</groupId>
  <artifactId>messaging</artifactId>
</dependency>

Configuration

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.add-messageid-in-header

If true, then the original message’s message ID will be appended in the message sent to the destination in the header AMQ_BRIDGE_MSG_ID_LIST. If the message is bridged more than once, each message ID will be appended.

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.client-id

The JMS client ID to use when creating/looking up the subscription if it is durable and the source destination is a topic.

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.failure-retry-interval

The amount of time in milliseconds to wait between trying to recreate connections to the source or target servers when the bridge has detected they have failed.

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.max-batch-size

The maximum number of messages to consume from the source destination before sending them in a batch to the target destination. Its value must >\

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.max-batch-time

The maximum number of milliseconds to wait before sending a batch to target, even if the number of messages consumed has not reached max-batch-size. Its value must be -1 to represent 'wait forever', or >\

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.max-retries

The number of times to attempt to recreate connections to the source or target servers when the bridge has detected they have failed. The bridge will give up after trying this number of times. -1 represents 'try forever'.

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.module

The name of AS7 module containing the resources required to lookup source and target JMS resources.

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.paused

Whether the JMS bridge is paused.

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.quality-of-service

The desired quality of service mode (AT_MOST_ONCE, DUPLICATES_OK or ONCE_AND_ONLY_ONCE).

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.selector

A JMS selector expression used for consuming messages from the source destination. Only messages that match the selector expression will be bridged from the source to the target destination.

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.source-connection-factory

The name of the source connection factory to lookup on the source messaging server.

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.source-context

The properties used to configure the source JNDI initial context.

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.source-destination

The name of the source destination to lookup on the source messaging server.

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.source-password

The password for creating the source connection.

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.source-user

The name of the user for creating the source connection.

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.started

Whether the JMS bridge is started.

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.subscription-name

The name of the subscription if it is durable and the source destination is a topic.

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.target-connection-factory

The name of the target connection factory to lookup on the target messaging server.

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.target-context

The properties used to configure the target JNDI initial context.

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.target-destination

The name of the target destination to lookup on the target messaging server.

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.target-password

The password for creating the target connection.

swarm.messaging.jms-bridges.KEY.target-user

The name of the user for creating the target connection.

swarm.messaging.remote

Flag to enable the remote connection

swarm.messaging.remote.host

Host of the remote connection

swarm.messaging.remote.jndi-name

JNDI name of the remote connection

swarm.messaging.remote.name

Name of the remote connection

swarm.messaging.remote.port

Port of the remote connection

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.acceptors.KEY.factory-class

Class name of the factory class that can instantiate the acceptor.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.acceptors.KEY.params

A key-value pair understood by the acceptor factory-class and used to configure it.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.acceptors.KEY.socket-binding

The socket binding that the acceptor will use to accept connections.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.acceptors.KEY.started

Whether this acceptor is started.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.active

Whether the server is active (and accepting connections) or passive (in backup mode, waiting for failover).

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.address-settings.KEY.address-full-policy

Determines what happens when an address where max-size-bytes is specified becomes full. (PAGE, DROP or BLOCK)

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.address-settings.KEY.auto-create-jms-queues

Determines whether ActiveMQ should automatically create a JMS queue corresponding to the address-settings match when a JMS producer or a consumer is tries to use such a queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.address-settings.KEY.auto-delete-jms-queues

Determises Whether ActiveMQ should automatically delete auto-created JMS queues when they have no consumers and no messages.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.address-settings.KEY.dead-letter-address

The dead letter address

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.address-settings.KEY.expiry-address

Defines where to send a message that has expired.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.address-settings.KEY.expiry-delay

Defines the expiration time that will be used for messages using the default expiration time

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.address-settings.KEY.last-value-queue

Defines whether a queue only uses last values or not

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.address-settings.KEY.max-delivery-attempts

Defines how many time a cancelled message can be redelivered before sending to the dead-letter-address

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.address-settings.KEY.max-redelivery-delay

Maximum value for the redelivery-delay (in ms).

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.address-settings.KEY.max-size-bytes

The max bytes size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.address-settings.KEY.message-counter-history-day-limit

Day limit for the message counter history.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.address-settings.KEY.page-max-cache-size

The number of page files to keep in memory to optimize IO during paging navigation.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.address-settings.KEY.page-size-bytes

The paging size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.address-settings.KEY.redelivery-delay

Defines how long to wait before attempting redelivery of a cancelled message

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.address-settings.KEY.redelivery-multiplier

Multiplier to apply to the redelivery-delay parameter

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.address-settings.KEY.redistribution-delay

Defines how long to wait when the last consumer is closed on a queue before redistributing any messages

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.address-settings.KEY.send-to-dla-on-no-route

If this parameter is set to true for that address, if the message is not routed to any queues it will instead be sent to the dead letter address (DLA) for that address, if it exists.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.address-settings.KEY.slow-consumer-check-period

How often to check for slow consumers on a particular queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.address-settings.KEY.slow-consumer-policy

Determine what happens when a slow consumer is identified.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.address-settings.KEY.slow-consumer-threshold

The minimum rate of message consumption allowed before a consumer is considered slow.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.async-connection-execution-enabled

Whether incoming packets on the server should be handed off to a thread from the thread pool for processing. False if they should be handled on the remoting thread.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bindings-directory-path.path

The actual filesystem path. Treated as an absolute path, unless the 'relative-to' attribute is specified, in which case the value is treated as relative to that path. <p>If treated as an absolute path, the actual runtime pathname specified by the value of this attribute will be determined as follows\: </p>If this value is already absolute, then the value is directly used. Otherwise the runtime pathname is resolved in a system-dependent way. On UNIX systems, a relative pathname is made absolute by resolving it against the current user directory. On Microsoft Windows systems, a relative pathname is made absolute by resolving it against the current directory of the drive named by the pathname, if any; if not, it is resolved against the current user directory.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bindings-directory-path.relative-to

The name of another previously named path, or of one of the standard paths provided by the system. If 'relative-to' is provided, the value of the 'path' attribute is treated as relative to the path specified by this attribute. The standard paths provided by the system include\:<ul><li>jboss.home - the root directory of the JBoss AS distribution</li><li>user.home - user’s home directory</li><li>user.dir - user’s current working directory</li><li>java.home - java installation directory</li><li>jboss.server.base.dir - root directory for an individual server instance</li><li>jboss.server.data.dir - directory the server will use for persistent data file storage</li><li>jboss.server.log.dir - directory the server will use for log file storage</li><li>jboss.server.tmp.dir - directory the server will use for temporary file storage</li><li>jboss.domain.servers.dir - directory under which a host controller will create the working area for individual server instances</li></ul>

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bridges.KEY.check-period

The period (in milliseconds) between client failure check.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bridges.KEY.confirmation-window-size

The confirmation-window-size to use for the connection used to forward messages to the target node.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bridges.KEY.connection-ttl

The maximum time (in milliseconds) for which the connections used by the bridges are considered alive (in the absence of heartbeat).

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bridges.KEY.discovery-group

The name of the discovery group used by this bridge. Must be undefined (null) if 'static-connectors' is defined.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bridges.KEY.filter

An optional filter string. If specified then only messages which match the filter expression specified will be forwarded. The filter string follows the ActiveMQ filter expression syntax described in the ActiveMQ documentation.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bridges.KEY.forwarding-address

The address on the target server that the message will be forwarded to. If a forwarding address is not specified then the original destination of the message will be retained.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bridges.KEY.ha

Whether or not this bridge should support high availability. True means it will connect to any available server in a cluster and support failover.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bridges.KEY.initial-connect-attempts

The number of attempts to connect initially with this bridge.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bridges.KEY.max-retry-interval

The maximum interval of time used to retry connections

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bridges.KEY.min-large-message-size

The minimum size (in bytes) for a message before it is considered as a large message.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bridges.KEY.password

The password to use when creating the bridge connection to the remote server. If it is not specified the default cluster password specified by the cluster-password attribute in the root messaging subsystem resource will be used.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bridges.KEY.queue-name

The unique name of the local queue that the bridge consumes from.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bridges.KEY.reconnect-attempts

The total number of reconnect attempts the bridge will make before giving up and shutting down. A value of -1 signifies an unlimited number of attempts.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bridges.KEY.reconnect-attempts-on-same-node

The total number of reconnect attempts on the same node the bridge will make before giving up and shutting down. A value of -1 signifies an unlimited number of attempts.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bridges.KEY.retry-interval

The period in milliseconds between subsequent reconnection attempts, if the connection to the target server has failed.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bridges.KEY.retry-interval-multiplier

A multiplier to apply to the time since the last retry to compute the time to the next retry. This allows you to implement an exponential backoff between retry attempts.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bridges.KEY.started

Whether the bridge is started.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bridges.KEY.static-connectors

A list of names of statically defined connectors used by this bridge. Must be undefined (null) if 'discovery-group-name' is defined.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bridges.KEY.transformer-class-name

The name of a user-defined class which implements the org.apache.activemq.artemis.core.server.cluster.Transformer interface.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bridges.KEY.use-duplicate-detection

Whether the bridge will automatically insert a duplicate id property into each message that it forwards.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.bridges.KEY.user

The user name to use when creating the bridge connection to the remote server. If it is not specified the default cluster user specified by the cluster-user attribute in the root messaging subsystem resource will be used.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.broadcast-groups.KEY.broadcast-period

The period in milliseconds between consecutive broadcasts.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.broadcast-groups.KEY.connectors

Specifies the names of connectors that will be broadcast.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.broadcast-groups.KEY.jgroups-channel

The name used by a JGroups channel to join a cluster.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.broadcast-groups.KEY.jgroups-stack

The name of a stack defined in the org.jboss.as.clustering.jgroups subsystem that is used to form a cluster.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.broadcast-groups.KEY.socket-binding

The broadcast group socket binding.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.broadcast-groups.KEY.started

Whether the broadcast group is started.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.allow-direct-connections-only

Whether, if a node learns of the existence of a node that is more than 1 hop away, we do not create a bridge for direct cluster connection. Only relevant if 'static-connectors' is defined.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.call-failover-timeout

The timeout to use when fail over is in process (in ms) for remote calls made by the cluster connection.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.call-timeout

The timeout (in ms) for remote calls made by the cluster connection.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.check-period

The period (in milliseconds) between client failure check.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.cluster-connection-address

Each cluster connection only applies to messages sent to an address that starts with this value.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.confirmation-window-size

The confirmation-window-size to use for the connection used to forward messages to a target node.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.connection-ttl

The maximum time (in milliseconds) for which the connections used by the cluster connections are considered alive (in the absence of heartbeat).

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.connector-name

The name of connector to use for live connection

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.discovery-group

The discovery group used to obtain the list of other servers in the cluster to which this cluster connection will make connections. Must be undefined (null) if 'static-connectors' is defined.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.initial-connect-attempts

The number of attempts to connect initially with this cluster connection.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.max-hops

The maximum number of times a message can be forwarded. ActiveMQ can be configured to also load balance messages to nodes which might be connected to it only indirectly with other ActiveMQ servers as intermediates in a chain.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.max-retry-interval

The maximum interval of time used to retry connections

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.message-load-balancing-type

The type of message load balancing provided by the cluster connection.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.min-large-message-size

The minimum size (in bytes) for a message before it is considered as a large message.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.node-id

The node ID used by this cluster connection.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.notification-attempts

How many times the cluster connection will broadcast itself

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.notification-interval

How often the cluster connection will broadcast itself

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.reconnect-attempts

The total number of reconnect attempts the bridge will make before giving up and shutting down. A value of -1 signifies an unlimited number of attempts.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.retry-interval

The period in milliseconds between subsequent attempts to reconnect to a target server, if the connection to the target server has failed.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.retry-interval-multiplier

A multiplier to apply to the time since the last retry to compute the time to the next retry. This allows you to implement an exponential backoff between retry attempts.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.started

Whether the cluster connection is started.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.static-connectors

The statically defined list of connectors to which this cluster connection will make connections. Must be undefined (null) if 'discovery-group-name' is defined.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.topology

The topology of the nodes that this cluster connection is aware of.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-connections.KEY.use-duplicate-detection

Whether the bridge will automatically insert a duplicate id property into each message that it forwards.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-password

The password used by cluster connections to communicate between the clustered nodes.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.cluster-user

The user used by cluster connections to communicate between the clustered nodes.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.auto-group

Whether or not message grouping is automatically used

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.block-on-acknowledge

True to set block on acknowledge.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.block-on-durable-send

True to set block on durable send.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.block-on-non-durable-send

True to set block on non durable send.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.cache-large-message-client

True to cache large messages.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.call-failover-timeout

The timeout to use when fail over is in process (in ms).

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.call-timeout

The call time out.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.client-failure-check-period

The client failure check period.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.client-id

The client id.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.compress-large-messages

Whether large messages should be compressed.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.confirmation-window-size

The confirmation window size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.connection-load-balancing-policy-class-name

Name of a class implementing a client-side load balancing policy that a client can use to load balance sessions across different nodes in a cluster.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.connection-ttl

The connection ttl.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.connectors

Defines the connectors. These are stored in a map by connector name (with an undefined value). It is possible to pass a list of connector names when writing this attribute.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.consumer-max-rate

The consumer max rate.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.consumer-window-size

The consumer window size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.discovery-group

The discovery group name.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.dups-ok-batch-size

The dups ok batch size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.entries

The jndi names the connection factory should be bound to.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.factory-type

The type of connection factory.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.failover-on-initial-connection

True to fail over on initial connection.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.group-id

The group id.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.ha

Whether the connection factory supports High Availability.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.max-retry-interval

The max retry interval.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.min-large-message-size

The min large message size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.pre-acknowledge

True to pre-acknowledge.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.producer-max-rate

The producer max rate.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.producer-window-size

The producer window size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.protocol-manager-factory

The protocol manager factory used by this connection factory.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.reconnect-attempts

The reconnect attempts.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.retry-interval

The retry interval.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.retry-interval-multiplier

The retry interval multiplier.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.scheduled-thread-pool-max-size

The scheduled thread pool max size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.thread-pool-max-size

The thread pool max size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.transaction-batch-size

The transaction batch size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-factories.KEY.use-global-pools

True to use global pools.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connection-ttl-override

If set, this will override how long (in ms) to keep a connection alive without receiving a ping.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connector-services.KEY.factory-class

Class name of the factory class that can instantiate the connector service.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connector-services.KEY.params

A key/value pair understood by the connector service’s factory-class

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connectors.KEY.factory-class

Class name of the factory class that can instantiate the connector.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connectors.KEY.params

A key-value pair understood by the connector factory-class and used to configure it.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.connectors.KEY.socket-binding

The socket binding that the connector will use to create connections.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.core-address.KEY.binding-names

The names of all bindings (both queues and diverts) bound to this address.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.core-address.KEY.number-of-bytes-per-page

The number of bytes used by each page for this address.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.core-address.KEY.number-of-pages

The number of pages used by this address.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.core-address.KEY.queue-names

The names of the queues associated with the address.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.core-address.KEY.roles.KEY.consume

his permission allows the user to consume a message from a queue bound to matching addresses.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.core-address.KEY.roles.KEY.create-durable-queue

This permission allows the user to create a durable queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.core-address.KEY.roles.KEY.create-non-durable-queue

This permission allows the user to create a temporary queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.core-address.KEY.roles.KEY.delete-durable-queue

This permission allows the user to delete a durable queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.core-address.KEY.roles.KEY.delete-non-durable-queue

This permission allows the user to delete a temporary queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.core-address.KEY.roles.KEY.manage

This permission allows the user to invoke management operations by sending management messages to the management address.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.core-address.KEY.roles.KEY.send

This permission allows the user to send a message to matching addresses.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.create-bindings-dir

Whether the server should create the bindings directory on start up.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.create-journal-dir

Whether the server should create the journal directory on start up.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.discovery-groups.KEY.initial-wait-timeout

Period, in ms, to wait for an initial broadcast to give us at least one node in the cluster.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.discovery-groups.KEY.jgroups-channel

The name used by a JGroups channel to join a cluster.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.discovery-groups.KEY.jgroups-stack

The name of a stack defined in the org.jboss.as.clustering.jgroups subsystem that is used to form a cluster.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.discovery-groups.KEY.refresh-timeout

Period the discovery group waits after receiving the last broadcast from a particular server before removing that server’s connector pair entry from its list.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.discovery-groups.KEY.socket-binding

The discovery group socket binding.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.diverts.KEY.divert-address

Address to divert from

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.diverts.KEY.exclusive

Whether the divert is exclusive, meaning that the message is diverted to the new address, and does not go to the old address at all.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.diverts.KEY.filter

An optional filter string. If specified then only messages which match the filter expression specified will be diverted. The filter string follows the ActiveMQ filter expression syntax described in the ActiveMQ documentation.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.diverts.KEY.forwarding-address

Address to divert to

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.diverts.KEY.routing-name

Routing name of the divert

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.diverts.KEY.transformer-class-name

The name of a class used to transform the message’s body or properties before it is diverted.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.grouping-handlers.KEY.group-timeout

How long a group binding will be used, -1 means for ever. Bindings are removed after this wait elapses (valid for both LOCAL and REMOTE handlers).

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.grouping-handlers.KEY.grouping-handler-address

A reference to a cluster connection and the address it uses.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.grouping-handlers.KEY.reaper-period

How often the reaper will be run to check for timed out group bindings (only valid for LOCAL handlers).

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.grouping-handlers.KEY.timeout

How long to wait for a handling decision to be made; an exception will be thrown during the send if this timeout is reached, ensuring that strict ordering is kept.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.grouping-handlers.KEY.type

Whether the handler is the single "Local" handler for the cluster, which makes handling decisions, or a "Remote" handler which converses with the local handler.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.http-acceptors.KEY.http-listener

The Undertow’s http-listener that handles HTTP upgrade requests.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.http-acceptors.KEY.params

A key-value pair understood by the acceptor factory-class and used to configure it.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.http-acceptors.KEY.upgrade-legacy

Also accepts to upgrade HTTP request from legacy (HornetQ) clients.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.http-connectors.KEY.endpoint

The http-acceptor that serves as the endpoint of this http-connector.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.http-connectors.KEY.params

A key-value pair understood by the connector factory-class and used to configure it.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.http-connectors.KEY.socket-binding

The socket binding that the connector will use to create connections.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.id-cache-size

The size of the cache for pre-creating message IDs.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.in-vm-acceptors.KEY.params

A key-value pair understood by the acceptor factory-class and used to configure it.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.in-vm-acceptors.KEY.server-id

The server id.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.in-vm-acceptors.KEY.started

Whether this acceptor is started.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.in-vm-connectors.KEY.params

A key-value pair understood by the connector factory-class and used to configure it.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.in-vm-connectors.KEY.server-id

The server id.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.incoming-interceptors

The list of incoming interceptor classes used by this server.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-queues.KEY.consumer-count

The number of consumers consuming messages from this queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-queues.KEY.dead-letter-address

The address to send dead messages to.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-queues.KEY.delivering-count

The number of messages that this queue is currently delivering to its consumers.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-queues.KEY.durable

Whether the queue is durable or not.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-queues.KEY.entries

The jndi names the queue will be bound to.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-queues.KEY.expiry-address

The address to send expired messages to.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-queues.KEY.legacy-entries

The jndi names the queue will be bound to.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-queues.KEY.message-count

The number of messages currently in this queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-queues.KEY.messages-added

The number of messages added to this queue since it was created.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-queues.KEY.paused

Whether the queue is paused.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-queues.KEY.queue-address

The queue address defines what address is used for routing messages.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-queues.KEY.scheduled-count

The number of scheduled messages in this queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-queues.KEY.selector

The queue selector.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-queues.KEY.temporary

Whether the queue is temporary.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-topics.KEY.delivering-count

The number of messages that this queue is currently delivering to its consumers.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-topics.KEY.durable-message-count

The number of messages for all durable subscribers for this topic.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-topics.KEY.durable-subscription-count

The number of durable subscribers for this topic.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-topics.KEY.entries

The jndi names the topic will be bound to.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-topics.KEY.legacy-entries

The legacy jndi names the topic will be bound to.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-topics.KEY.message-count

The number of messages currently in this queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-topics.KEY.messages-added

The number of messages added to this queue since it was created.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-topics.KEY.non-durable-message-count

The number of messages for all non-durable subscribers for this topic.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-topics.KEY.non-durable-subscription-count

The number of non-durable subscribers for this topic.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-topics.KEY.subscription-count

The number of (durable and non-durable) subscribers for this topic.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-topics.KEY.temporary

Whether the topic is temporary.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jms-topics.KEY.topic-address

The address the topic points to.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jmx-domain

The JMX domain used to register internal ActiveMQ MBeans in the MBeanServer.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.jmx-management-enabled

Whether ActiveMQ should expose its internal management API via JMX. This is not recommended, as accessing these MBeans can lead to inconsistent configuration.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.journal-buffer-size

The size of the internal buffer on the journal.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.journal-buffer-timeout

The timeout (in nanoseconds) used to flush internal buffers on the journal.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.journal-compact-min-files

The minimal number of journal data files before we can start compacting.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.journal-compact-percentage

The percentage of live data on which we consider compacting the journal.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.journal-directory-path.path

The actual filesystem path. Treated as an absolute path, unless the 'relative-to' attribute is specified, in which case the value is treated as relative to that path. <p>If treated as an absolute path, the actual runtime pathname specified by the value of this attribute will be determined as follows\: </p>If this value is already absolute, then the value is directly used. Otherwise the runtime pathname is resolved in a system-dependent way. On UNIX systems, a relative pathname is made absolute by resolving it against the current user directory. On Microsoft Windows systems, a relative pathname is made absolute by resolving it against the current directory of the drive named by the pathname, if any; if not, it is resolved against the current user directory.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.journal-directory-path.relative-to

The name of another previously named path, or of one of the standard paths provided by the system. If 'relative-to' is provided, the value of the 'path' attribute is treated as relative to the path specified by this attribute. The standard paths provided by the system include\:<ul><li>jboss.home - the root directory of the JBoss AS distribution</li><li>user.home - user’s home directory</li><li>user.dir - user’s current working directory</li><li>java.home - java installation directory</li><li>jboss.server.base.dir - root directory for an individual server instance</li><li>jboss.server.data.dir - directory the server will use for persistent data file storage</li><li>jboss.server.log.dir - directory the server will use for log file storage</li><li>jboss.server.tmp.dir - directory the server will use for temporary file storage</li><li>jboss.domain.servers.dir - directory under which a host controller will create the working area for individual server instances</li></ul>

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.journal-file-size

The size (in bytes) of each journal file.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.journal-max-io

The maximum number of write requests that can be in the AIO queue at any one time.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.journal-min-files

How many journal files to pre-create.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.journal-pool-files

The number of journal files that can be reused. ActiveMQ will create as many files as needed however when reclaiming files it will shrink back to the value (-1 means no limit).

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.journal-sync-non-transactional

Whether to wait for non transaction data to be synced to the journal before returning a response to the client.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.journal-sync-transactional

Whether to wait for transaction data to be synchronized to the journal before returning a response to the client.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.journal-type

The type of journal to use.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.large-messages-directory-path.path

The actual filesystem path. Treated as an absolute path, unless the 'relative-to' attribute is specified, in which case the value is treated as relative to that path. <p>If treated as an absolute path, the actual runtime pathname specified by the value of this attribute will be determined as follows\: </p>If this value is already absolute, then the value is directly used. Otherwise the runtime pathname is resolved in a system-dependent way. On UNIX systems, a relative pathname is made absolute by resolving it against the current user directory. On Microsoft Windows systems, a relative pathname is made absolute by resolving it against the current directory of the drive named by the pathname, if any; if not, it is resolved against the current user directory.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.large-messages-directory-path.relative-to

The name of another previously named path, or of one of the standard paths provided by the system. If 'relative-to' is provided, the value of the 'path' attribute is treated as relative to the path specified by this attribute. The standard paths provided by the system include\:<ul><li>jboss.home - the root directory of the JBoss AS distribution</li><li>user.home - user’s home directory</li><li>user.dir - user’s current working directory</li><li>java.home - java installation directory</li><li>jboss.server.base.dir - root directory for an individual server instance</li><li>jboss.server.data.dir - directory the server will use for persistent data file storage</li><li>jboss.server.log.dir - directory the server will use for log file storage</li><li>jboss.server.tmp.dir - directory the server will use for temporary file storage</li><li>jboss.domain.servers.dir - directory under which a host controller will create the working area for individual server instances</li></ul>

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.auto-group

Whether or not message grouping is automatically used

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.block-on-acknowledge

True to set block on acknowledge.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.block-on-durable-send

True to set block on durable send.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.block-on-non-durable-send

True to set block on non durable send.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.cache-large-message-client

True to cache large messages.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.call-failover-timeout

The timeout to use when fail over is in process (in ms).

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.call-timeout

The call time out.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.client-failure-check-period

The client failure check period.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.client-id

The client id.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.compress-large-messages

Whether large messages should be compressed.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.confirmation-window-size

The confirmation window size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.connection-load-balancing-policy-class-name

Name of a class implementing a client-side load balancing policy that a client can use to load balance sessions across different nodes in a cluster.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.connection-ttl

The connection ttl.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.connectors

Defines the connectors. These are stored in a map by connector name (with an undefined value). It is possible to pass a list of connector names when writing this attribute.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.consumer-max-rate

The consumer max rate.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.consumer-window-size

The consumer window size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.discovery-group

The discovery group name.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.dups-ok-batch-size

The dups ok batch size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.entries

The jndi names the connection factory should be bound to.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.factory-type

The type of connection factory.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.failover-on-initial-connection

True to fail over on initial connection.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.group-id

The group id.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.ha

Whether the connection factory supports High Availability.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.initial-connect-attempts

The number of attempts for the initial connection to the server.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.initial-message-packet-size

The initial size of messages created through this factory.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.max-retry-interval

The max retry interval.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.min-large-message-size

The min large message size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.pre-acknowledge

True to pre-acknowledge.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.producer-max-rate

The producer max rate.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.producer-window-size

The producer window size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.reconnect-attempts

The reconnect attempts.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.retry-interval

The retry interval.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.retry-interval-multiplier

The retry interval multiplier.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.scheduled-thread-pool-max-size

The scheduled thread pool max size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.thread-pool-max-size

The thread pool max size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.transaction-batch-size

The transaction batch size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.legacy-connection-factories.KEY.use-global-pools

True to use global pools.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.live-only-ha-policy.scale-down

Configure whether this server send its messages to another live server in the scale-down cluster when it is shutdown cleanly.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.live-only-ha-policy.scale-down-cluster-name

Name of the cluster used to scale down.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.live-only-ha-policy.scale-down-connectors

List of connectors used to form the scale-down cluster.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.live-only-ha-policy.scale-down-discovery-group

Name of the discovery group used to build the scale-down cluster

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.live-only-ha-policy.scale-down-group-name

Name of the group used to scale down.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.log-journal-write-rate

Whether to periodically log the journal’s write rate and flush rate.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.management-address

Address to send management messages to.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.management-notification-address

The name of the address that consumers bind to to receive management notifications.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.memory-measure-interval

Frequency to sample JVM memory in ms (or -1 to disable memory sampling)

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.memory-warning-threshold

Percentage of available memory which if exceeded results in a warning log

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.message-counter-max-day-history

How many days to keep message counter history.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.message-counter-sample-period

The sample period (in ms) to use for message counters.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.message-expiry-scan-period

How often (in ms) to scan for expired messages.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.message-expiry-thread-priority

The priority of the thread expiring messages.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.outgoing-interceptors

The list of outgoing interceptor classes used by this server.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.override-in-vm-security

Whether the ActiveMQ server will override security credentials for in-vm connections.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.page-max-concurrent-io

The maximum number of concurrent reads allowed on paging

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.paging-directory-path.path

The actual filesystem path. Treated as an absolute path, unless the 'relative-to' attribute is specified, in which case the value is treated as relative to that path. <p>If treated as an absolute path, the actual runtime pathname specified by the value of this attribute will be determined as follows\: </p>If this value is already absolute, then the value is directly used. Otherwise the runtime pathname is resolved in a system-dependent way. On UNIX systems, a relative pathname is made absolute by resolving it against the current user directory. On Microsoft Windows systems, a relative pathname is made absolute by resolving it against the current directory of the drive named by the pathname, if any; if not, it is resolved against the current user directory.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.paging-directory-path.relative-to

The name of another previously named path, or of one of the standard paths provided by the system. If 'relative-to' is provided, the value of the 'path' attribute is treated as relative to the path specified by this attribute. The standard paths provided by the system include\:<ul><li>jboss.home - the root directory of the JBoss AS distribution</li><li>user.home - user’s home directory</li><li>user.dir - user’s current working directory</li><li>java.home - java installation directory</li><li>jboss.server.base.dir - root directory for an individual server instance</li><li>jboss.server.data.dir - directory the server will use for persistent data file storage</li><li>jboss.server.log.dir - directory the server will use for log file storage</li><li>jboss.server.tmp.dir - directory the server will use for temporary file storage</li><li>jboss.domain.servers.dir - directory under which a host controller will create the working area for individual server instances</li></ul>

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.perf-blast-pages

TODO

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.persist-delivery-count-before-delivery

Whether the delivery count is persisted before delivery. False means that this only happens after a message has been cancelled.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.persist-id-cache

Whether IDs are persisted to the journal.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.persistence-enabled

Whether the server will use the file based journal for persistence.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.auto-group

The autogroup.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.block-on-acknowledge

True to set block on acknowledge.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.block-on-durable-send

True to set block on durable send.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.block-on-non-durable-send

True to set block on non durable send.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.cache-large-message-client

True to cache large messages.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.call-failover-timeout

The timeout to use when fail over is in process (in ms).

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.call-timeout

The call time out.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.client-failure-check-period

The client failure check period.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.client-id

The client id.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.compress-large-messages

Whether large messages should be compressed.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.confirmation-window-size

The confirmation window size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.connection-load-balancing-policy-class-name

Name of a class implementing a client-side load balancing policy that a client can use to load balance sessions across different nodes in a cluster.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.connection-ttl

The connection ttl.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.connectors

Defines the connectors. These are stored in a map by connector name (with an undefined value). It is possible to pass a list of connector names when writing this attribute.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.consumer-max-rate

The consumer max rate.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.consumer-window-size

The consumer window size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.discovery-group

The discovery group name.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.dups-ok-batch-size

The dups ok batch size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.enlistment-trace

Enables IronJacamar to record enlistment traces for this pooled-connection-factory. This attribute is undefined by default and the behaviour is driven by the presence of the ironjacamar.disable_enlistment_trace system property.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.entries

The jndi names the connection factory should be bound to.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.failover-on-initial-connection

True to fail over on initial connection.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.group-id

The group id.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.ha

Whether the connection factory supports High Availability.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.initial-connect-attempts

The number of attempts to connect initially with this factory.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.initial-message-packet-size

The initial size of messages created through this factory.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.jndi-params

The JNDI params to use for locating the destination for incoming connections.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.managed-connection-pool

The class name of the managed connection pool used by this pooled-connection-factory.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.max-pool-size

The maximum size for the pool

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.max-retry-interval

The max retry interval.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.min-large-message-size

The min large message size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.min-pool-size

The minimum size for the pool

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.password

The default password to use with this connection factory. This is only needed when pointing the connection factory to a remote host.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.pre-acknowledge

True to pre-acknowledge.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.producer-max-rate

The producer max rate.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.producer-window-size

The producer window size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.protocol-manager-factory

The protocol manager factory used by this pooled connection factory.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.reconnect-attempts

The reconnect attempts. By default, a pooled connection factory will try to reconnect infinitely to the messaging server(s).

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.retry-interval

The retry interval.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.retry-interval-multiplier

The retry interval multiplier.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.scheduled-thread-pool-max-size

The scheduled thread pool max size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.setup-attempts

The number of times to set up an MDB endpoint

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.setup-interval

The interval between attempts at setting up an MDB endpoint.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.thread-pool-max-size

The thread pool max size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.transaction

TODO

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.transaction-batch-size

The transaction batch size.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.use-auto-recovery

True to use auto recovery.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.use-global-pools

True to use global pools.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.use-jndi

Use JNDI to locate the destination for incoming connections

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.use-local-tx

Use a local transaction for incoming sessions

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.pooled-connection-factories.KEY.user

The default username to use with this connection factory. This is only needed when pointing the connection factory to a remote host.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.queues.KEY.consumer-count

The number of consumers consuming messages from this queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.queues.KEY.dead-letter-address

The address to send the queue’s dead messages to.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.queues.KEY.delivering-count

The number of messages that this queue is currently delivering to its consumers.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.queues.KEY.durable

Defines whether the queue is durable.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.queues.KEY.expiry-address

The address to send the queue’s expired messages to.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.queues.KEY.filter

A queue message filter definition. An undefined or empty filter will match all messages.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.queues.KEY.id

The id of the queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.queues.KEY.message-count

The number of messages currently in this queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.queues.KEY.messages-added

The number of messages added to this queue since it was created.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.queues.KEY.paused

Whether the queue is paused.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.queues.KEY.queue-address

The queue address defines what address is used for routing messages.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.queues.KEY.scheduled-count

The number of scheduled messages in this queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.queues.KEY.temporary

Whether the queue is temporary.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.remote-acceptors.KEY.params

A key-value pair understood by the acceptor factory-class and used to configure it.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.remote-acceptors.KEY.socket-binding

The socket binding that the acceptor will use to accept connections.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.remote-acceptors.KEY.started

Whether this acceptor is started.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.remote-connectors.KEY.params

A key-value pair understood by the connector factory-class and used to configure it.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.remote-connectors.KEY.socket-binding

The socket binding that the connector will use to create connections.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-colocated-ha-policy.backup-port-offset

The offset to use for the Connectors and Acceptors when creating a new backup server.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-colocated-ha-policy.backup-request-retries

How many times the live server will try to request a backup, -1 means for ever.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-colocated-ha-policy.backup-request-retry-interval

How long (in ms) to wait for retries between attempts to request a backup server.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-colocated-ha-policy.excluded-connectors

The connectors that must not have their port offset.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-colocated-ha-policy.master-configuration.check-for-live-server

Whether to check the cluster for another server using the same server ID when starting up.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-colocated-ha-policy.master-configuration.cluster-name

Name of the cluster used for replication.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-colocated-ha-policy.master-configuration.group-name

If set, backup servers will only pair with live servers with matching group-name.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-colocated-ha-policy.master-configuration.initial-replication-sync-timeout

How long to wait until the initiation replication is synchronized.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-colocated-ha-policy.max-backups

Whether or not this live server will accept backup requests from other live servers.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-colocated-ha-policy.request-backup

If true then the server will request a backup on another node.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-colocated-ha-policy.slave-configuration.allow-failback

Whether a server will automatically stop when a another places a request to take over its place. The use case is when a regular server stops and its backup takes over its duties, later the main server restarts and requests the server (the former backup) to stop operating.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-colocated-ha-policy.slave-configuration.cluster-name

Name of the cluster used for replication.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-colocated-ha-policy.slave-configuration.group-name

If set, backup servers will only pair with live servers with matching group-name.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-colocated-ha-policy.slave-configuration.initial-replication-sync-timeout

How long to wait until the initiation replication is synchronized.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-colocated-ha-policy.slave-configuration.max-saved-replicated-journal-size

This specifies how many times a replicated backup server can restart after moving its files on start. Once there are this number of backup journal files the server will stop permanently after if fails back.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-colocated-ha-policy.slave-configuration.restart-backup

Will this server, if a backup, restart once it has been stopped because of failback or scaling down.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-colocated-ha-policy.slave-configuration.scale-down

Configure whether this server send its messages to another live server in the scale-down cluster when it is shutdown cleanly.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-colocated-ha-policy.slave-configuration.scale-down-cluster-name

Name of the cluster used to scale down.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-colocated-ha-policy.slave-configuration.scale-down-connectors

List of connectors used to form the scale-down cluster.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-colocated-ha-policy.slave-configuration.scale-down-discovery-group

Name of the discovery group used to build the scale-down cluster

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-colocated-ha-policy.slave-configuration.scale-down-group-name

Name of the group used to scale down.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-master-ha-policy.check-for-live-server

Whether to check the cluster for another server using the same server ID when starting up.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-master-ha-policy.cluster-name

Name of the cluster used for replication.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-master-ha-policy.group-name

If set, backup servers will only pair with live servers with matching group-name.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-master-ha-policy.initial-replication-sync-timeout

How long to wait until the initiation replication is synchronized.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-slave-ha-policy.allow-failback

Whether a server will automatically stop when a another places a request to take over its place. The use case is when a regular server stops and its backup takes over its duties, later the main server restarts and requests the server (the former backup) to stop operating.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-slave-ha-policy.cluster-name

Name of the cluster used for replication.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-slave-ha-policy.group-name

If set, backup servers will only pair with live servers with matching group-name.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-slave-ha-policy.initial-replication-sync-timeout

How long to wait until the initiation replication is synchronized.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-slave-ha-policy.max-saved-replicated-journal-size

This specifies how many times a replicated backup server can restart after moving its files on start. Once there are this number of backup journal files the server will stop permanently after if fails back.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-slave-ha-policy.restart-backup

Will this server, if a backup, restart once it has been stopped because of failback or scaling down.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-slave-ha-policy.scale-down

Configure whether this server send its messages to another live server in the scale-down cluster when it is shutdown cleanly.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-slave-ha-policy.scale-down-cluster-name

Name of the cluster used to scale down.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-slave-ha-policy.scale-down-connectors

List of connectors used to form the scale-down cluster.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-slave-ha-policy.scale-down-discovery-group

Name of the discovery group used to build the scale-down cluster

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.replication-slave-ha-policy.scale-down-group-name

Name of the group used to scale down.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.run-sync-speed-test

Whether on startup to perform a diagnostic test on how fast your disk can sync. Useful when determining performance issues.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.runtime-queues.KEY.consumer-count

The number of consumers consuming messages from this queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.runtime-queues.KEY.dead-letter-address

The address to send the queue’s dead messages to.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.runtime-queues.KEY.delivering-count

The number of messages that this queue is currently delivering to its consumers.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.runtime-queues.KEY.durable

Defines whether the queue is durable.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.runtime-queues.KEY.expiry-address

The address to send the queue’s expired messages to.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.runtime-queues.KEY.filter

A queue message filter definition. An undefined or empty filter will match all messages.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.runtime-queues.KEY.id

The id of the queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.runtime-queues.KEY.message-count

The number of messages currently in this queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.runtime-queues.KEY.messages-added

The number of messages added to this queue since it was created.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.runtime-queues.KEY.paused

Whether the queue is paused.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.runtime-queues.KEY.queue-address

The queue address defines what address is used for routing messages.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.runtime-queues.KEY.scheduled-count

The number of scheduled messages in this queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.runtime-queues.KEY.temporary

Whether the queue is temporary.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.scheduled-thread-pool-max-size

The number of threads that the main scheduled thread pool has.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.security-domain

The security domain to use to verify user and role information

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.security-enabled

Whether security is enabled.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.security-invalidation-interval

How long (in ms) to wait before invalidating the security cache.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.security-settings.KEY.roles.KEY.consume

his permission allows the user to consume a message from a queue bound to matching addresses.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.security-settings.KEY.roles.KEY.create-durable-queue

This permission allows the user to create a durable queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.security-settings.KEY.roles.KEY.create-non-durable-queue

This permission allows the user to create a temporary queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.security-settings.KEY.roles.KEY.delete-durable-queue

This permission allows the user to delete a durable queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.security-settings.KEY.roles.KEY.delete-non-durable-queue

This permission allows the user to delete a temporary queue.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.security-settings.KEY.roles.KEY.manage

This permission allows the user to invoke management operations by sending management messages to the management address.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.security-settings.KEY.roles.KEY.send

This permission allows the user to send a message to matching addresses.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.server-dump-interval

How often to dump basic runtime information to the server log. A value less than 1 disables this feature.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-colocated-ha-policy.backup-port-offset

The offset to use for the Connectors and Acceptors when creating a new backup server.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-colocated-ha-policy.backup-request-retries

How many times the live server will try to request a backup, -1 means for ever.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-colocated-ha-policy.backup-request-retry-interval

How long (in ms) to wait for retries between attempts to request a backup server.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-colocated-ha-policy.master-configuration.failover-on-server-shutdown

Whether the server must failover when it is normally shutdown.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-colocated-ha-policy.max-backups

Whether or not this live server will accept backup requests from other live servers.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-colocated-ha-policy.request-backup

If true then the server will request a backup on another node.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-colocated-ha-policy.slave-configuration.allow-failback

Whether a server will automatically stop when a another places a request to take over its place. The use case is when a regular server stops and its backup takes over its duties, later the main server restarts and requests the server (the former backup) to stop operating.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-colocated-ha-policy.slave-configuration.failover-on-server-shutdown

Whether the server must failover when it is normally shutdown.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-colocated-ha-policy.slave-configuration.restart-backup

Will this server, if a backup, restart once it has been stopped because of failback or scaling down.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-colocated-ha-policy.slave-configuration.scale-down

Configure whether this server send its messages to another live server in the scale-down cluster when it is shutdown cleanly.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-colocated-ha-policy.slave-configuration.scale-down-cluster-name

Name of the cluster used to scale down.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-colocated-ha-policy.slave-configuration.scale-down-connectors

List of connectors used to form the scale-down cluster.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-colocated-ha-policy.slave-configuration.scale-down-discovery-group

Name of the discovery group used to build the scale-down cluster

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-colocated-ha-policy.slave-configuration.scale-down-group-name

Name of the group used to scale down.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-master-ha-policy.failover-on-server-shutdown

Whether the server must failover when it is normally shutdown.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-slave-ha-policy.allow-failback

Whether a server will automatically stop when a another places a request to take over its place. The use case is when a regular server stops and its backup takes over its duties, later the main server restarts and requests the server (the former backup) to stop operating.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-slave-ha-policy.failover-on-server-shutdown

Whether the server must failover when it is normally shutdown.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-slave-ha-policy.restart-backup

Will this server, if a backup, restart once it has been stopped because of failback or scaling down.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-slave-ha-policy.scale-down

Configure whether this server send its messages to another live server in the scale-down cluster when it is shutdown cleanly.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-slave-ha-policy.scale-down-cluster-name

Name of the cluster used to scale down.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-slave-ha-policy.scale-down-connectors

List of connectors used to form the scale-down cluster.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-slave-ha-policy.scale-down-discovery-group

Name of the discovery group used to build the scale-down cluster

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.shared-store-slave-ha-policy.scale-down-group-name

Name of the group used to scale down.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.started

Whether this server is started.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.statistics-enabled

Whether gathering of statistics such as message counters are enabled.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.thread-pool-max-size

The number of threads that the main thread pool has. -1 means no limit.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.transaction-timeout

How long (in ms) before a transaction can be removed from the resource manager after create time.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.transaction-timeout-scan-period

How often (in ms) to scan for timeout transactions.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.version

The server’s version.

swarm.messaging.servers.KEY.wild-card-routing-enabled

Whether the server supports wild card routing.

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