Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 802203
missing word after 'durable', unclear as to what it should be
Last modified: 2014-12-07 20:11:49 EST
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In the MRG 2 User Guide I came across the following paragraph.
"In MRG Messaging, a persistent message is a message that must not be lost, even if the broker fails. A durable is saved on disk when its server shuts down or fails, and then reestablished when the server re-starts. A persistent queue is able to write messages to disk so that they will not be lost in the event of server shut down or failure."
In the second sentence the meaning of "A durable is saved..." seems ambiguous to me. Does it mean a durable message, or a durable queue? If it was only the first two sentences that existed, I would assume 'message' (as the previous sentence talks about messages, and it's meaning would make more sense), however the next sentence goes on to talk about queues.
Released for MRG 2.2