Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 435986
Document the mgmt-pub-interval parameter in the console deploy guide
Last modified: 2013-10-23 19:06:58 EDT
The --mgmt-pub-interval command line parameter to qpidd and the corresponding
setting in /etc/rhmd.conf. This may already be documented in a different guide,
but it's worth mentioning again when a user deploys the console.
This is related to bug #432781
To be added for 1.0 docs. Should be ready for review by Friday 16 May.
Sorry for the delay. I need more info on this than --help provides me.
--mgmt-pub-interval SECONDS (10) Management Publish Interval
Why is this necesary for deploying the console?
What does it do?
What is the default setting (10 seconds)
What should it be changed to?
It's not necessary, but can be useful.
It controls the interval at which the broker sends updated information (stats,
etc.) to the management console.
The default is 10 seconds, which is usually fine, but if you are (a) sensitive
to load on the broker or your network, you may want to increase the interval
time to 30 seconds (for fewer updates) or if you want (b) higher-resolution
statistics, you may want to decrease the interval time to 5 seconds (for more
frequent updates), for instance.
You may also want to adjust how often the &RHM; broker sends updated
information to the &CUMIN;. The default value is 10 seconds. If you are
attempting to reduce the load on the broker or your network, you may want to
increase the interval for fewer updates. If you want higher-resolution
statistics, you may want to decrease the interval time to 5 seconds for more
frequent updates. This can be done using the
<command>mgmt-pub-interval</command> option with &RHM;.
# /usr/sbin/qpidd --mgmt-pub-interval <replaceable>30</replaceable>
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