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Chapter 4. Using the Red Hat AMQ Console

You can use the Red Hat AMQ Console to perform tasks such as creating and deleting an address space, creating an address, and viewing message and connection statistics.

4.1. Red Hat AMQ Console user permissions

Red Hat AMQ Console uses the OpenShift RBAC permissions model. For more information about the OpenShift RBAC permissions model, see the OpenShift documentation.

To use Red Hat AMQ Console, the OpenShift user requires a role that grants access to addressspace and address resources. For example, for edit access, edit permissions need be to given to the associated role object, and for view-only access, list permissions need to be granted. For more information about the AMQ Online example roles, see AMQ Online example roles.

4.2. Accessing the Red Hat AMQ Console

Prerequisites

Procedure

  1. In a web browser, navigate to https://console-host-name where console-host-name is the Red Hat AMQ Console host name.
  2. Log in with your OpenShift user credentials. The Red Hat AMQ Console opens.
Red Hat AMQ Console

4.3. Using the Red Hat AMQ Console address filtering

The address name filtering feature in the Red Hat AMQ Console uses regular expressions. Also, filters are cumulative.

Table 4.1. Red Hat AMQ Console address name filtering behavior

To match…​Use…​Results in…​

The beginning of an expression only

A caret followed by an expression: ^my

All addresses beginning with my

An expression

The matching string: my

All addresses containing my

The end of an expression only

An expression followed by the dollar sign: my$

All addresses ending with my

An exact expression

A caret followed by an expression and a dollar sign: ^my$

Only the address my

4.4. Viewing message and connection statistics using the Red Hat AMQ Console

Prerequisites

  • You must be logged into the Red Hat AMQ Console.

Table 4.2. Message statistics reference table

To view…​On the Addresses page see…​

Address status

The first column (the symbol preceding the address name)

Address type

The third column

Address plan

The fourth column

Message ingress rate (during the last 5 minutes)

Messages In

Message egress rate (during the last 5 minutes)

Messages Out

Number of senders attached

Senders

Number of receivers attached

Receivers

Queue and topic address types only: Number of stored messages on the broker or brokers

Stored

Standard address space only: Message deliveries per second

For the desired address, expand the twisty on the left to show the Senders table; see the Delivery Rate column.

Table 4.3. Connection statistics reference table

To view…​On the Connections page see…​

Total number of messages received as long the connection has existed

Messages In

Standard address space only: Total number of messages sent as long the connection has existed

Messages Out

Total number of messages delivered

For the desired connection, expand the twisty on the left to show the Senders and Receivers tables; see the Deliveries columns.

Standard address space only: Username used by the client to connect

The third column

Note

For the brokered address space only, on the Connections page, the number of senders is either 0 or 1. As soon as one or more senders exist, 1 is displayed rather than reflecting the actual number of senders.