I have a fair few hours invested in creating an application with a cluster defined in and set up in Hornetq.
Using Hornetq in JBoss-4.2.3.GA.... connected to Oracle DB.
Wanted to change the clustering of Hornetq to another different clustering arrangement (Discovery is not working due to poorly conceived dual-homed arrangement, not under my control and not able to be changed).
So... so... so. Changed the cluster definition and all of a sudden obtained about 20 different queue definitions that are not part of the hornetq queue definitions and are no longer bound to the cluster. These create a lot of exceptions and the applications aren't going to work. The exceptions are coming from the postoffice.impl and appear to be tied to the cluster SOMEWHERE but exactly where I have not figured out. This happens with any sort of change to the clustering definition. Adding a cluster, changing its members slightly, changing how it FINDS its members (same members). Nothing works.
I don't want them. I want it to rebuild from scratch on the new cluster definition I created but without having to reinstall all my Applications from scratch.
Has anyone got a clue how to persuade this to happen?