Which version of Erlang are you running?
I had the same issue with R13/R14, but after upgrading to R15B, no issues.
Not sure if its related or if I just got lucky, but might be worth a shot.
-- DawgTool

ps> I also recall making some config changes, but don't recall at the
moment. I'll look at those later today.

On 2/22/12 3:12 PM, Reverend Chip wrote:
I have a four-node 2.7.1 cluster. I just started experimenting with
mirrored queues. One queue is mirrored across nodes 1&2, a second queue
is mirrored across nodes 3&4. I've been feeding a lot of large messages
through, using delivery-mode 2. Most of the messages I've purged, since
the reader process can't keep up yet.

Here's the problem: Memory usage. Nodes 1& 3, presumably the master
nodes for the queues, have maintained a normal memory profile, 3-6GB.
But nodes 2& 4, the presumable slaves, have had their memory grow to
58GB each. Worse, when I purged and then even deleted the queues, the
memory usage did not go down. It seems I may have to reboot these nodes
to get the memory back, and obviously I can't use mirrored queues if
they're going to make my nodes do this, which is disappointing. I do
have a workaround involving alternate exchanges, but the workaround can
leave data stranded if a node is lost forever.

Is there any other info I can provide to help diagnose and/or fix this?

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