Description of problem:
The ruby wrapper needs to allow the console constructor to accept a ConsoleSettings object. The ConsoleSettings object allows the "userBindings" flag(s) to be set - without it, the bind_XXX api's will not work.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
I believe this leads the wallaby-agent to consume high CPU in step with its qpidd broker that is deluged with reconnects for backed-up queues. Essentially the Session created in wallaby-agent has no choice but deal with all the QMF events that flow from the broker backup. We need a means to likely disable events and heartbeats, or at least register interest in specific Event packages and/or classes.
wallaby-agent QMF setup code...
console = Qmf::Console.new
settings = Qmf::ConnectionSettings.new
settings.username = username if username
settings.password = password if password
settings.host = host
settings.port = port
connection = Qmf::Connection.new(settings)
broker = console.add_connection(connection)
store = console.object(:class=>"Store")