Show Table of Contents Hide Table of Contents English English Multi-page HTML Single-page HTML PDF ePub Migrating to Red Hat AMQ 71. Introduction1.1. When to Get Assistance Before Migrating1.2. Supported Migration Paths1.3. Understanding the Important New Concepts in AMQ 71.3.1. Architectural Changes in AMQ 71.3.2. Message Address Changes in AMQ 71.4. Reviewing New Features and Known Issues in AMQ 71.5. Document conventions2. Preparing for the Migration2.1. Migration Requirements2.2. Creating a Broker Instance2.3. Understanding the Broker Instance Directory Structure2.4. How Brokers are Configured in AMQ 72.5. Verifying that Clients Can Connect to the Broker Instance3. Accepting Incoming Connections3.1. Incoming Network Connections Changes3.2. How Acceptors Are Configured4. User Authentication4.1. User Authentication Changes4.2. How User Authentication is Configured5. Message Addresses and Queues5.1. Addressing Changes5.2. How Addressing is Configured6. Security6.1. How Transport Layer Security is Configured6.2. Authorization6.2.1. Authorization Changes6.2.2. How Authorization is Configured7. Resource Limits and Policies7.1. How Resource Limits and Policies Are Configured7.2. Resource Limit and Policy Configuration Properties7.2.1. Queue Management Configuration Properties7.2.2. Producer Policy Configuration Properties7.2.3. Consumer Policy Configuration Properties7.2.4. Slow Consumer Handling Configuration Properties7.2.5. Message Paging Configuration Properties7.2.6. Dead Letter Policy Configuration Properties8. Message Persistence and Paging8.1. Message Persistence Changes8.2. How Message Persistence is Configured8.3. Message Persistence Configuration Property Changes8.3.1. Journal Size and Management8.3.2. Write Boundaries8.3.3. Index Configuration8.3.4. Journal Archival8.3.5. Journal Recovery9. Broker Clusters9.1. Broker Clustering Changes9.2. How Broker Clusters are Configured9.2.1. Creating a Broker Cluster9.2.2. Additional Broker Cluster Topologies9.3. Broker Cluster Configuration Properties10. High Availability and Failover10.1. High Availability and Failover Changes10.2. How High Availability is ConfiguredLegal Notice Red Hat Training A Red Hat training course is available for Red Hat AMQ Migrating to Red Hat AMQ 7 Red Hat AMQ 7.2For Use with Red Hat AMQ 7.2Legal NoticeAbstract This guide describes the important changes that require your attention when transitioning from AMQ 6 to AMQ 7. 1. Introduction Where did the comment section go?Red Hat's documentation publication system recently went through an upgrade to enable speedier, more mobile-friendly content. We decided to re-evaluate our commenting platform to ensure that it meets your expectations and serves as an optimal feedback mechanism. During this redesign, we invite your input on providing feedback on Red Hat documentation via the discussion platform.