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I have 2 node RabbitMQ cluster and one node consume double amount of memory
than the other. Please check the attached image for more information.

Could you please help me to identify this. Any help is appreciated.

Thanks.
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  • Emile Joubert at Feb 3, 2012 at 10:42 am
    Hi Roshan,
    On 03/02/12 00:24, Roshan Pradeep wrote:
    I have 2 node RabbitMQ cluster and one node consume double amount of
    memory than the other. Please check the attached image for more information.

    Could you please help me to identify this. Any help is appreciated.
    The difference between 1% and 2% of allowed memory is not a problem and
    could easily happen if one broker has marginally more work to do than
    the other.

    If the difference was much greater then I would be a bit more concerned
    and investigate ways of spreading the load more evenly such as making
    sure all the queues aren't all declared on one node.


    -Emile
  • Codevally at Feb 6, 2012 at 12:57 am
    Thanks for the explanation and will post if this happen in future.
    On Feb 3, 9:42?pm, Emile Joubert wrote:
    Hi Roshan,
    On 03/02/12 00:24, Roshan Pradeep wrote:

    I have 2 node RabbitMQ cluster and one node consume double amount of
    memory than the other. Please check the attached image for more information.
    Could you please help me to identify this. Any help is appreciated.
    The difference between 1% and 2% of allowed memory is not a problem and
    could easily happen if one broker has marginally more work to do than
    the other.

    If the difference was much greater then I would be a bit more concerned
    and investigate ways of spreading the load more evenly such as making
    sure all the queues aren't all declared on one node.

    -Emile
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