I'm using jdbc2 PersistenceManager with a MySQL DB.
This JMS queue should handle an average of 600 msgs/sec over a period of one hour, but after a couple of minutes I get an OutOfMemory exception, and I'll have to restart JBoss. However, when restarting JBoss I get a new OOM exception when it tries to start the queue with all the messages!
Question 1: How can I restart JBoss (without removing the messages).
Question 2: How can I get rid of the OOM exception in runtime?
Bonus Question: Why isn't the OILConnectionFactory working when used from a different machine?
> Bonus Question: Why isn't the
> OILConnectionFactory working when used from a
> different machine?
You may find a hint for the "bonus question"
in the earlier thread in this forum entitled
"JMS and firewalls - Is it possible?".