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OpenAMQ

OpenAMQ is a fast, stable, free implementation of the AMQP (www.amqp.org) messaging protocol. It gives applications high-performance messaging (delivery of opaque data) across loosely connected networks. It is capable of handling up to 600k messages per second depending on the hardware, with a latency around 300 microseconds. It is multithreaded and supports C/C++ and Java on Linux, AIX, Solaris, OS/X, Windows, and OpenVMS.

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  •  03 May 2009 15:45

    Release Notes: This release fixes socket leaks in the client stack, and improves server response to file handle exhaustion. It adds the ability to run as an unprivileged user on Unix/Linux.

    •  03 May 2009 15:44

      Release Notes: This release fixes socket leaks in the client stack, and improves server response to file handle exhaustion. It adds the ability to run as an unprivileged user on Unix/Linux. It adds the ability to monitor bindings on all server queues.

      •  22 Apr 2009 15:25

        Release Notes: This release adds support for syslog and message routing based on regexps, improves federation, failover, and logging, and includes the Zyre server for RESTful messaging over the RestMS protocol.

        •  04 Nov 2007 13:23

          Release Notes: Minor fixes were made to improve stability in extreme cases.

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