Understanding the Threads Allocated in ActiveMQ

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One of the easiest ways to tune an ActiveMQ deployment to increase scaleability is reduce the number of threads used to get the work done. The default ActiveMQ configuration makes use of several threads to isolate producers from consumers. This prevents a producer from blocking when a consumer is misbehaving. The following diagram shows the threads involved in the typical process of sending ...

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