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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 17:34

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 17:34

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 18:53

    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.

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

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