Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 480051
qpid-config doesn't display LVQ_NO_BROWSE option
Last modified: 2015-11-15 19:06:32 EST
If a queue is created by a declaration through the c++ API using the LVQ_NO_BROWSE option, and then listed using qpid-config queues <queue-name>, the fact that LVQ_NO_BROWSE is set is not visible.
Ideally we need a more flexible approach to optins in that tool. Adding each option manually is error prone and inflexible.
Created attachment 329039 [details]
test program to create queues with the LVQ_NO_BROWSE option set
declare queue(s) with attached utility, then check qith qpid-config.
qpid-config queues my-queue
Fixed upstream in revision 734689.
Queues with LVQ_NO_BROWSE can now be created using:
# qpid-config add queue my-queue --order lvq-no-browse
The issue has been fixed as proved on RHEL4.7/5.2/5.3 i386/x86_64 on packages qpidd-0.4.738274-1, rhm-0.4.3075-3, python-qpid-0.4.738182-1.
Both C++ client and python client queue declaration with LVQ_NO_BROWSE option now visible in qpid-config.
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