Is there a limitation in configuring the hornetq HA cluster in wildfly 8.2.0 with following requirements.
1. <persistence-enabled>false</persistence-enabled> in hornetq-server configuration.
2. Non-durable subscribers (MDBs)
With 1st configuration, if i am using <shared-store>false</shared-store> (replicated journals) then backup server doesn't start successfully.
while if we use <shared-store>true</shared-store> with setting respective directories like
then backup server comes up but failover doesnt happen.
Does anyone tried this kind of configuration before, or have any idea, if this is possible?
High availability is only available for durable (i.e. persistent) messages. By definition non-durable messages are volatile (i.e. they only exist in memory) and therefore are not written to storage (for shared store use-cases) and are not replicated.