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Mohammad Eftekhari
@bluemmb
Thanks in advance
Jon West
@ddproxy
@bluemmb Take a look at enqueue - supports RabbitMQ and is PSR compliant.
@bluemmb But don't spin up single docker instances for each job - scale horizontally to support load but have a few workers on standby to avoid warm-up.
Simplelenz
@Simplelenz
Can anyone help me to find a solution for this issue. I didn't get any response in stackoverflow . this is the link for the issue https://stackoverflow.com/questions/53467546/spring-boot-connection-failure-with-rabbitmq-web-stomp-plugin
Nissim Kurle
@nissim-kurle
Can anyone please help me here
Eric COURTIAL
@enrico69
Hello everybody. Is this bundle still maintained?
Philippe M.
@philippem451
@enrico69 yes, a lot of PR are in wait ..
Eric COURTIAL
@enrico69
@philippem451 Great. I was wondering given the high number of PRs opened indeed.
Shinhan
@Shinhan
How can I find how many messages are in the queue?
I don't want to publish low priority messages if the queue is above a certain size (1000 or 10000, not sure yet).
Eric COURTIAL
@enrico69
@Shinhan As far I know there is no possibility to know that through the connection. To know how much message you have in a queue, you have to do it either manually by checking in the admin or via contacting the API of RMQ. But I am not sure it is an issue for you. RMQ is very string and can handle thousand of messages easily. On top of that, you could consider other options like another queue for low priority messages.
Shinhan
@Shinhan
Second queue wouldn't work because of licensing, I'll try curling the API.
Ramūnas Dronga
@ramunasd
Hello all, does anyone knows how I could contact project maintainer @nubeiro ?
walker
@lwx2615
hi
Ramūnas Dronga
@ramunasd
php-amqplib/php-amqplib v2.11.0 released :tada:
fastest version so far, added support for PLAIN authentication, properly tested on 32 & 64bit Windows
mihaileu
@mihaileu
@ramunasd @nubeiro I have multiple PR's on bundle. Is it anyone maintaining it ?
Ramūnas Dronga
@ramunasd
Hi @mihaileu unfortunatelly i don't have any permissions in bundle repo. @nubeiro is dead silent and does not respond to any messages.
Michael Moll
@mmoll
Could anybody else get permissions there, then? No support for newer Symfony versions is a real downer now...
Eric COURTIAL
@enrico69
@mmoll I agree, but a lot of people are moving to the the Symfony Messenger Component.
Honestly if the maintainers do not answer and you want to maintain this bundle alive, you'll have to fork it ( I would be interested to join you)
Michael Moll
@mmoll
@enrico69 I'd need to discuss with my colleagues next week...
Michael Moll
@mmoll
@ramunasd Is there anybody with elevated permissions in the php-amqplib GitHub organisation, who could help?
Ramūnas Dronga
@ramunasd
@mmoll together with Luke we are trying to get needed permissions. The only hope is Raúl Araya aka @nubeiro
Michael Moll
@mmoll
Thanks :+1:
mihaileu
@mihaileu
We made a fork: https://packagist.org/packages/emag-tech-labs/rabbitmq-bundle and we want to maintain it in the new organization. Feel free to use it, as I and a fellow colleague tried also to obtain access but nothing happened. I didn't like forking it, but we need to let this packaged work with the new symfony.
Eric COURTIAL
@enrico69
Hi @mihaileu :) Good news. I would be very interested to contribute. However what is your plan in terms of position for this bundle. I mean, OK, it need a lot of work to meet the new Symfony's standards. But beyond that, what about the communication and the position regarding the Symfony Messenger Component (I have my own idea :P )
mihaileu
@mihaileu
Feel free to come with PR, currently I do not have a plan with new features, as the big impediment was making it compatible with sy5
Ramūnas Dronga
@ramunasd
@mihaileu that's good initiave! ;) I guess it would be better to create another organization for these packages and abandon old one without real maintainers. WDYT?
mihaileu
@mihaileu
@ramunasd It's already forked in an organization https://github.com/eMAGTechLabs, do you suggested other thing?
Ramūnas Dronga
@ramunasd
@mihaileu well, it's only one package and under private company name? My suggestion would be to create another completely open and non-profit organization backed by interested people like me and You ;)
Eric COURTIAL
@ecourtial
Hello everyone. So yes the project is now living in a new repository. Enjoy: https://github.com/eMAGTechLabs
@mihaileu We should change the subtitle of the repo, and mention Symfony 3, 4 & 5 too :)
mihaileu
@mihaileu
@ecourtial done
@ramunasd I'm admin on this organization and I could manage any access to this repo for who wants. I would not create another one because clearly It will induce errors to users. And yeah you're right, probably a separate group was better
mihaileu
@mihaileu
@postalservice14 could you please mark this package abandoned on packagist and suggest https://packagist.org/packages/emag-tech-labs/rabbitmq-bundle as replacement ?
Ramūnas Dronga
@ramunasd
I would't do that :) @postalservice14 @nubeiro it is better to transfer ownership to current maintainers rather than to non-community backed repository.
Beniamin
@beniamin
@ramunasd we really want to contribute and maintain the bundle further, but no one is responding to PRs and issues on the main repository. eMAG is a "heavy" user of rabbitmq-bundle and needs support for new symfony versions. Maybe you can add some eMAG people as maintainers and we can develop the bundle further on the main repository.
Ramūnas Dronga
@ramunasd
php-amqplib/php-amqplib v2.12.0 released :tada:
now you can acknowledge messages just by $message->ack(); instead of long version $message->delivery_info['channel']->basic_ack($message->delivery_info['delivery_tag']);
both ways will be supported until v3.0
Evgenii Bobkov
@esbobkov

Hello!

How to setup bundle for work with routing_keys?

I Would like to use one queue and multiple consumers and route messages by identity to consumers.

i.e. same userId message consume only in one of consumers, using hash functions (remainder of the division)

Eric COURTIAL
@ecourtial
@esbobkov The project is no longer maintained. See this fork (with improvements) : https://github.com/eMAGTechLabs
Evgenii Bobkov
@esbobkov
@ecourtial ok, thanks!
Ramūnas Dronga
@ramunasd
@mihaileu @beniamin Recently I got admin permissions for rabbitmq-bundle. Are You interested in merging all efforts back to original repository?
Beniamin
@beniamin
@ramunasd I talked with @mihaileu and we will be very happy to return to the original repository. But, before making any move we want to receive a strong message from the community, that there is a future on the original repository. Until that, we will continue on our own fork.
What we want is to avoid current situation in the near future. We need some plan of managing the library in the original repository.
Ramūnas Dronga
@ramunasd
@beniamin I completely understand Your concerns. My first thought is that there is no future for original repository if community is split. It's just too expensive to maintain and develop two separate bundles. I can promise all my support for everyone who works on common bundle. I would not mind if somebody from Your company get write access and could manage repository, of course if other organization members agrees. Just let me know.
Beniamin
@beniamin
@ramunasd, I talked with Mihai Leu and my managers and we agreed to move to the original repo. In order to avoid current situation, we will want that me and Mihai Leu to be admins on the repositories, so that current situations where no one maintains the repo to be avoided. Another request is that emag-tech-labs to be mentioned as contributor.
Ramūnas Dronga
@ramunasd
@beniamin sure. Can You create issue with Your usernames? So I will know exact users.
mihaileu
@mihaileu
mihaileu
@mihaileu

Migration plan:

  1. merge the repo from emag namespace to php-amqlib namespace
  2. close old issues
  3. close old PRs
  4. mark the emag repo abandoned (readme + composer)
  5. map all news tags or just add a new one for easy migration

@ramunasd What do you think, do you have other suggestions ?

Ramūnas Dronga
@ramunasd
@mihaileu sounds good to me. I would push everything, including all tags. Then I can help You with outdated issues and PRs.