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Sun Java System Message Queue 3 2005Q4 Administration Guide 

Chapter 14
Broker Properties Reference

This chapter provides reference information about configuration properties for a message broker. It consists of the following sections:


Connection Properties

Table 14-1 lists the broker properties related to connection services.

Table 14-1  Broker Connection Properties 

Property

Type

Default

Description

imq.service.activelist

String

jms,admin

List of connection services, separated by commas, to be activated at broker startup

imq.hostname

String

All available IP addresses

Default host name or IP address for all connection services

imq.portmapper.hostname

String

None

Host name or IP address of Port Mapper

If specified, overrides imq.hostname

imq.portmapper.port1

Integer

7676

Port number of Port Mapper

Note: If multiple broker instances are running on the same host, each must be assigned a unique Port Mapper port.

imq.serviceName.protocolType.hostname

String

None

Host name or IP address for connection service2

If specified, overrides imq.hostname for the designated connection service

imq.serviceName.protocolType.port

Integer

0

Port number for connection service2

A value of 0 specifies that the port number should be allocated dynamically by the Port Mapper.

imq.portmapper.backlog

Integer

50

Maximum number of pending Port Mapper requests in operating system backlog

imq.serviceName.threadpool_model

String

dedicated

Threading model for thread pool management:

  dedicated  Two dedicated threads per
              connection, one for incoming
              and one for outgoing
              messages

  shared3     Connections processed by
             shared thread when sending or
             receiving messages

The dedicated model limits the number of connections that can be supported, but provides higher performance; the shared model increases the number of possible connections, but at the cost of lower performance because of the additional overhead needed for thread management.

imq.serviceName.min_threads

Integer

jms:      10
ssljms:   10
httpjms:  10
httpsjms: 10
admin:     4
ssladmin:  4

Minimum number of threads maintained in connection service’s thread pool

When the number of available threads exceeds this threshold, threads will be shut down as they become free until the minimum is reached.

The default value varies by connection service, as shown.

imq.serviceName.max_threads

Integer

jms:      1000
ssljms:    500
httpjms:   500
httpsjms:  500
admin:      10
ssladmin:   10

The number of threads beyond which no new threads are added to the thread pool for use by the named connection service. The number must be greater than zero and greater in value than the value of min_threads.

The default value varies by connection service, as shown.

imq.shared.connectionMonitor_limit

Integer

Solaris: 512
Linux: 512
Windows: 64

Maximum number of connections monitored by a distributor thread4

The system allocates enough distributor threads to monitor all connections. The smaller the value of this property, the faster threads can be assigned to active connections. A value of -1 denotes an unlimited number of connections per thread.

The default value varies by operating-system platform, as shown.

imq.ping.interval

Integer

120

Interval, in seconds, at which to test connection between client and broker

A value of 0 or -1 disables periodic testing of the connection.

1Can be used with imqcmd update bkr command

2jms, ssljms, admin, and ssladmin services only; see Appendix C, "HTTP/HTTPS Support," for information on configuring the httpjms and httpsjms services

3jms and admin services only

4Shared threading model only


Routing Properties

Table 14-2 lists the broker properties related to routing services. Properties that configure the automatic creation of destinations are listed in Table 14-3.

Table 14-2  Broker Routing Properties 

Property

Type

Default

Description

imq.system.max_count1

Integer

-1

Maximum number of messages held by broker

A value of -1 denotes an unlimited message count.

imq.system.max_size1

String

-1

Maximum total size of messages held by broker

The value may be expressed in bytes, kilobytes, or megabytes, using the following suffixes:

  b  Bytes
  k  Killobytes (1024 bytes)
  m  Megabytes (1024 x 1024
       = 1,048,576 bytes)

An unsuffixed value is expressed in bytes; a value of -1 denotes an unlimited message capacity.

Examples:

  1600   1600 bytes
  1600b  1600 bytes
  16k    16 kilobytes (= 16,384 bytes)
  16m    16 megabytes (= 16,777,216 bytes)
  -1     No limit

imq.message.max_size1

String

70m

Maximum size of a single message body

The syntax is the same as for imq.system.max_size (see above).

imq.message.expiration.interval

Integer

60

Interval, in seconds, at which expired messages are reclaimed

imq.resourceState.threshold

Integer

green:     0

yellow:   80

orange:   90

red:      98

Percent utilization at which memory resource state is triggered (where resourceState is green, yellow, orange, or red)

imq.resourceState.count

Integer

green:  5000

yellow:  500

orange:   50

red:       0

Maximum number of incoming messages allowed in a batch before checking whether memory resource state threshold has been reached (where resourceState is green, yellow, orange, or red)

This limit throttles back message producers as system memory becomes increasingly scarce.

imq.destination.DMQ.truncateBody1

Boolean

false

Remove message body before storing in dead message queue?

If true, only the message header and property data will be saved.

imq.transaction.autorollback

Boolean

false

Automatically roll back distributed transactions left in prepared state at broker startup?

If false, you must manually commit or roll back transactions using the Command utility (imqcmd).

1Can be used with imqcmd update bkr command

Table 14-3  Broker Properties for Auto-Created Destinations 

Property

Type

Default

Description

imq.autocreate.queue1,2

Boolean

true

Allow auto-creation of queue destinations?

imq.autocreate.topic3

Boolean

true

Allow auto-creation of topic destinations?

imq.autocreate.destination.maxNumMsgs

Integer

100000

Maximum number of unconsumed messages

A value of -1 denotes an unliimited number of messages.

imq.autocreate.destination.maxBytesPerMsg

String

10k

Maximum size, in bytes, of any single message

The value may be expressed in bytes, kilobytes, or megabytes, using the following suffixes:

  b  Bytes
  k  Killobytes (1024 bytes)
  m  Megabytes (1024 x 1024
        = 1,048,576 bytes)

An unsuffixed value is expressed in bytes; a value of -1 denotes an unlimited message size.

Examples:

  1600   1600 bytes
  1600b  1600 bytes
  16k    16 kilobytes
           (= 16,384 bytes)
  16m    16 megabytes
           (= 16,777,216 bytes)
  -1     No limit

imq.autocreate.destination.maxTotalMsgBytes

String

10m

Maximum total memory, in bytes, for unconsumed messages

The syntax is the same as for imq.autocreate.destination.
maxBytesPerMsg
(see above).

imq.autocreate.destination.limitBehavior

String

REJECT_NEWEST

Broker behavior when memory-limit threshold reached:

  FLOW_CONTROL
      
Slow down producers

  REMOVE_OLDEST
      
Throw out oldest
      messages

  REMOVE_LOW_PRIORITY
      
Throw out lowest-priority
      messages according to
      age; no notification to
      producing client

  REJECT_NEWEST
      
Reject newest messages;
      notify producing client with
      an exception only if
      message is persistent

If the value is REMOVE_OLDEST or REMOVE_LOW_PRIORITY and the imq.autocreate.destination.
useDMQ
property is true, excess messages are moved to the dead message queue.

imq.autocreate.destination.maxNumProducers

Integer

100

Maximum number of message producers for destination

When this limit is reached, no new producers can be created. A value of -1 denotes an unliimited number of producers.

imq.autocreate.queue.maxNumActiveConsumers2

Integer

1

Maximum number of active message consumers in load-balanced delivery from queue destination

A value of -1 denotes an unliimited number of consumers.

imq.autocreate.queue.maxNumBackupConsumers2

Integer

0

Maximum number of backup message consumers in load-balanced delivery from queue destination

A value of -1 denotes an unliimited number of consumers.

imq.autocreate.queue.consumerFlowLimit2

Integer

1000

Maximum number of messages delivered to queue consumer in a single batch

In load-balanced queue delivery, this is the initial number of queued messages routed to active consumers before load balancing begins. A destination consumer can override this limit by specifying a lower value on a connection.

A value of -1 denotes an unliimited number of consumers.

imq.autocreate.topic.consumerFlowLimit3

Integer

1000

Maximum number of messages delivered to topic consumer in a single batch

A value of -1 denotes an unliimited number of consumers.

imq.autocreate.destination.isLocalOnly

Boolean

false

Local delivery only?

This property applies only to destinations in broker clusters, and cannot be changed once the destination has been created. If true, the destination is not replicated on other brokers and is limited to delivering messages only to local consumers (those connected to the broker on which the destination is created).

imq.autocreate.queue.localDeliveryPreferred2

Boolean

false

Local delivery preferred?

This property applies only to load-balanced queue delivery in broker clusters. If true, messages will be delivered to remote consumers only if there are no consumers on the local broker; the destination must not be restricted to local-only delivery (imq.autocreate.destination.
isLocalOnly
must be false).

imq.autocreate.destination.useDMQ

Boolean

true

Send dead messages to dead message queue?

If false, dead messages will simply be discarded.

1Can be used with imqcmd update bkr command

2Queue destinations only

3Topic destinations only


Persistence Properties

Message Queue supports both file-based and JDBC-based models for persistent data storage. The broker property imq.persist.store (Table 14-4) specifies which model to use. The following sections describe the broker configuration properties for the two models.

Table 14-4  Global Broker Persistence Property

Property

Type

Default

Description

imq.persist.store

String

file

Model for persistent data storage:

  file  File-based persistence

  jdbc  JDBC-based persistence

File-Based Persistence

Table 14-5 lists the broker properties related to file-based persistence.

Table 14-5  Broker Properties for File-Based Persistence 

Property

Type

Default

Description

imq.persist.file.message.max_record_size

String

1m

Maximum-size message to add to message storage file

Any message exceeding this size will be stored in a separate file of its own.

The value may be expressed in bytes, kilobytes, or megabytes, using the following suffixes:

  b  Bytes
  k  Killobytes (1024 bytes)
  m  Megabytes (1024 x 1024
       = 1,048,576 bytes)

An unsuffixed value is expressed in bytes.

Examples:

  1600  1600 bytes
  1600b 1600 bytes
  16k   16 kilobytes
          (= 16,384 bytes)
  16m   16 megabytes
          (= 16,777,216 bytes)

imq.persist.file.destination.message.filepool.limit

Integer

100

Maximum number of free files available for reuse in destination file pool

Free files in excess of this limit will be deleted. The broker will create and delete additional files in excess of the limit as needed.

The higher the limit, the faster the broker can process persistent data.

imq.persist.file.message.filepool.cleanratio

Integer

0

Percentage of files in free file pools to be maintained in a clean (empty) state

The higher this value, the less disk space is required for the file pool, but the more overhead is needed to clean files during operation.

imq.persist.file.message.cleanup

Boolean

false

Clean up files in free file pools on shutdown?

Setting this property to true saves disk space for the file store, but slows broker shutdown.

imq.persist.file.sync.enabled

Boolean

false

Synchronize in-memory state with physical storage device?

Setting this property to true eliminates data loss due to system crashes, but at a cost in performance.

Note: If running Sun Cluster and the Sun Cluster Data Service for Message Queue, set this property to true for brokers on all cluster nodes.

JDBC-Based Persistence

Table 14-6 lists the broker properties related to JDBC-based persistence. Examples shown are for the PointBase family of database products from DataMirror Mobile Solutions, Inc.

Table 14-6  Broker Properties for JDBC-Based Persistence 

Property

Description

Example

imq.persist.jdbc.brokerid

(Optional) Broker instance identifier

The identifier must be an alphanumeric string whose length does not exceed n - 12, where n is the maximum table name length allowed by the database.

This identifier is appended to database table names to make them unique in the case where more than one broker instance is using the same database as a persistent data store. It is usually unnecessary for an embedded database, which stores data for only one broker instance.

Not required for PointBase embedded version

imq.persist.jdbc.driver

Java class name of JDBC driver for connecting to database

com.pointbase.jdbc.jdbcUniversalDriver

imq.persist.jdbc.opendburl

URL for opening connection to existing database

jdbc:pointbase:embedded:dbName;
  database.home=
    .../instances/
instanceName/dbstore

imq.persist.jdbc.createdburl

(Optional) URL for creating new database

This property is needed only if the database will be created using the Message Queue Database Manager utility (imqdbmgr).

jdbc:pointbase:embedded:dbName;
  new,database.home=
    .../instances/
instanceName/dbstore

imq.persist.jdbc.closedburl

(Optional) URL for closing database connection

Not required for PointBase

imq.persist.jdbc.user

(Optional) User name for opening database connection, if required.

For security reasons, the value can be specified instead using command line options imqbrokerd -dbuser and imqdbmgr -u.

 

imq.persist.jdbc.needpassword

(Optional) Does database require a password for broker access?

If true, the imqbrokerd and imqdbmgr commands will prompt for a password, unless you use the -passfile option to specify a password file containing the password.

 

imq.persist.jdbc.password

(Optional) Password for opening database connection

This property should be specified only in a password file.

 

imq.persist.jdbc.table.IMQSV35

SQL command to create version table

CREATE TABLE ${name}
  (STOREVERSION INTEGER NOT NULL,
   BROKERID VARCHAR(100))

imq.persist.jdbc.table.IMQCCREC35

SQL command to create configuration change record table

CREATE TABLE ${name}
  (RECORDTIME BIGINT NOT NULL,
   RECORD BLOB(10k))

imq.persist.jdbc.table.IMQDEST35

SQL command to create destination table

CREATE TABLE ${name}
  (DID VARCHAR(100) NOT NULL,
   DEST BLOB(10k),
   
primaryKey(DID))

imq.persist.jdbc.table.IMQINT35

SQL command to create interest table

CREATE TABLE ${name}
  (CUID BIGINT NOT NULL,
   INTEREST BLOB(10k),
   
primaryKey(CUID))

imq.persist.jdbc.table.IMQMSG35

SQL command to create message table

The default maximum length for the MSG column is 1 megabyte (1m). If you expect to have messages larger than this, set the length accordingly. If the tables have already been created, you must recreate them to change the maximum message length.

CREATE TABLE ${name}
  (MID VARCHAR(100) NOT NULL,
   DID VARCHAR(100),
   MSGSIZE BIGINT,
   MSG BLOB(1m),
   
primaryKey(MID))

imq.persist.jdbc.table.IMQPROPS35

SQL command to create property table

CREATE TABLE ${name}
  (PROPNAME VARCHAR(100) NOT NULL,
   PROPVALUE BLOB(10k),
   
primaryKey(PROPNAME))

imq.persist.jdbc.table.IMQILIST35

SQL command to create interest state table

CREATE TABLE ${name}
  (MID VARCHAR(100) NOT NULL,
   CUID BIGINT,
   DID VARCHAR(100),
   STATE INTEGER,
   
primaryKey(MID, CUID))

imq.persist.jdbc.table.IMQTXN35

SQL command to create transaction table

CREATE TABLE ${name}
  (TUID BIGINT NOT NULL,
   STATE INTEGER,
   TSTATEOBJ BLOB(10K),
   
primaryKey(TUID))

imq.persist.jdbc.table.IMQTACK35

SQL command to create transaction acknowledgment table

CREATE TABLE ${name}
  (TUID BIGINT NOT NULL,
   TXNACK BLOB(10k))


Security Properties

Table 14-7 lists the broker properties related to security services.

Table 14-7  Broker Security Properties 

Property

Type

Default

Description

imq.accesscontrol.enabled

Boolean

true

Use access control?

If true, the system will check the access control properties file to verify that an authenticated user is authorized to use a connection service or to perform specific operations with respect to specific destinations.

imq.serviceName.accesscontrol.enabled

Boolean

None

Use access control for connection service?

If specified, overrides imq.accesscontrol.
enabled
for the designated connection service.

If true, the system will check the access control properties file to verify that an authenticated user is authorized to use the designated connection service or to perform specific operations with respect to specific destinations.

imq.accesscontrol.file.filename

String

accesscontrol.properties

Name of access control properties file

The file name specifies a path relative to the access control directory (see Appendix A).

imq.serviceName.accesscontrol.file.filename

String

None

Name of access control properties file for connection service

If specified, overrides imq.accesscontrol.
file.filename for the designated connection service.

The file name specifies a path relative to the access control directory (see Appendix A).

imq.authentication.type

String

digest

Password encoding method:

  basic   Base-64
  digest  MD5

imq.serviceName.authentication.type

String

None

Password encoding method for connection service:

  basic   Base-64
  digest  MD5

If specified, overrides imq.authentication.
type for the designated connection service.

imq.authentication.basic.user_repository

String

file

Type of user repository for base-64 authentication:

  file  File-based
  ldap  LDAP

imq.authentication.client.response.timeout

Integer

180

Interval, in seconds, to wait for client response to authentication requests

imq.passfile.enabled

Boolean

false

Obtain passwords from password file?

imq.passfile.dirpath

String

See Appendix A

Path to directory containing password file

imq.passfile.name

String

passfile

Name of password file

imq.imqcmd.password

String

None

Password for administrative user

The Command utility (imqcmd) uses this password to authenticate the user before executing a command.

imq.user_repository.ldap.server

String

None

Host name and port number for LDAP server

The value is of the form

  hostName:port

where hostName is the fully qualified DNS name of the host running the LDAP server and port is the port number used by the server.

To specify a list of failover servers, use the following syntax:

  host1:port1
  ldap://host2:port2
  ldap://host3:port3
    

Entries in the list are separated by spaces. Note that each failover server address is prefixed with ldap://. Use this format even if you use SSL and have set the property imq.user_repository.ldap.ssl.enabled to true. You need not specify ldaps in the address.

imq.user_repository.ldap.principal

String

None

Distinguished name for binding to LDAP user repository

Not needed if the LDAP server allows anonymous searches.

imq.user_repository.ldap.password

String

None

Password for binding to LDAP user repository

Not needed if the LDAP server allows anonymous searches.

This property should be specified only in password files.

imq.user_repository.ldap.propertyName

To come

To come

To come

imq.user_repository.ldap.base

String

None

Directory base for LDAP user entries

imq.user_repository.ldap.uidattr

String

None

Provider-specific attribute identifier for LDAP user name

imq.user_repository.ldap.usrfilter

String

None

(Optional) JNDI filter for LDAP user searches

imq.user_repository.ldap.grpsearch

Boolean

false

Enable LDAP group searches?

Note: Message Queue does not support nested groups.

imq.user_repository.ldap.grpbase

String

None

Directory base for LDAP group entries

imq.user_repository.ldap.gidattr

String

None

Provider-specific attribute identifier for LDAP group name

imq.user_repository.ldap.memattr

String

None

Provider-specific attribute identifier for user names in LDAP group

imq.user_repository.ldap.grpfilter

String

None

(Optional) JNDI filter for LDAP group searches

imq.user_repository.ldap.timeout

Integer

280

Time limit for LDAP searches, in seconds

imq.user_repository.ldap.ssl.enabled

Boolean

false

Use SSL when communicating with LDAP server?

imq.keystore.file.dirpath

String

See Appendix A

Path to directory containing key store file

imq.keystore.file.name

String

keystore

Name of key store file

imq.keystore.password

String

None

Password for key store file

This property should be specified only in a password file.

imq.audit.enabled

Boolean

false

Start audit logging to broker log file?

This option applies to Message Queue Enterprise Edition only.


Monitoring Properties

Table 14-8 lists the broker properties related to monitoring services.

Table 14-8  Broker Monitoring Properties 

Property

Type

Default

Description

imq.log.level1

String

INFO

Logging level

Specifies the categories of logging information that can be written to an output channel. Possible values, from high to low:

  ERROR
  WARNING
  INFO

Each level includes those above it (for example, WARNING includes ERROR).

imq.destination.logDeadMsgs1

Boolean

false

Log information about dead messages?

If true, the following events will be logged:

  • A destination is full, having reached its maximum size or message count.
  • The broker discards a message for a reason other than an administrative command or delivery acknowledgment.
  • The broker moves a message to the dead message queue.

imq.log.console.stream

String

ERR

Destination for console output:

  OUT  stdout
  ERR  stderr

imq.log.console.output

String

ERROR|WARNING

Categories of logging information to write to console:

  NONE
  ERROR
  WARNING
  INFO
  ALL

The ERROR, WARNING, AND INFO categories do not include those above them, so each must be specified explicitly if desired. Any combination of categories can be specified, separated by vertical bars (|).

imq.log.file.dirpath

String

See Appendix A

Path to directory containing log file

imq.log.file.filename

String

log.txt

Name of log file

imq.log.file.output

String

ALL

Categories of logging information to write to log file:

  NONE
  ERROR
  WARNING
  INFO
  ALL

The ERROR, WARNING, AND INFO categories do not include those above them, so each must be specified explicitly if desired. Any combination of categories can be specified, separated by vertical bars (|).

imq.log.file.rolloverbytes1

Integer

-1

File length, in bytes, at which output rolls over to a new log file

A value of -1 denotes an unlimited number of bytes (no rollover based on file length).

imq.log.file.rolloversecs1

Integer

604800 (one week)

Age of file, in seconds, at which output rolls over to a new log file

A value of -1 denotes an unlimited number of seconds (no rollover based on file age).

imq.log.syslog.output2

String

ERROR

Categories of logging information to write to syslogd(1M):

  NONE
  ERROR
  WARNING
  INFO
  ALL

The ERROR, WARNING, AND INFO categories do not include those above them, so each must be specified explicitly if desired. Any combination of categories can be specified, separated by vertical bars (|).

imq.log.syslog.facility2

String

LOG_DAEMON

syslog facility for logging messages

Possible values mirror those listed on the syslog(3C) man page. Appropriate values for use with Message Queue include:

  LOG_USER
  LOG_DAEMON
  LOG_LOCAL0
  LOG_LOCAL1
  LOG_LOCAL2
  LOG_LOCAL3
  LOG_LOCAL4
  LOG_LOCAL5
  LOG_LOCAL6
  LOG_LOCAL7

imq.log.syslog.identity2

String

imqbrokerd_${imq.instanceName}

Identity string to be prefixed to all messages logged to syslog

imq.log.syslog.logpid2

Boolean

true

Log broker process ID with message?

imq.log.syslog.logconsole2

Boolean

false

Write messages to system console if they cannot be sent to syslog?

imq.log.timezone

String

Local time zone

Time zone for log time stamps.

Possible values are the same as those used by the method java.util.TimeZone.getTimeZone. Examples:

  GMT
  GMT-8:00
  America/LosAngeles
  Europe/Rome
  Asia/Tokyo

imq.metrics.enabled

Boolean

true

Enable writing of metrics information to Logger?

Does not affect the production of metrics messages (controlled by imq.metrics.topic.enabled).

imq.metrics.interval

Integer

-1

Time interval, in seconds, at which to write metrics information to Logger

Does not affect the time interval for production of metrics messages (controlled by imq.metrics.topic.interval).

A value of -1 denotes an indefinite interval (never write metrics information to the Logger).

imq.metrics.topic.enabled

Boolean

true

Enable production of metrics messages to metric topic destinations?

If false, an attempt to subscribe to a metric topic destination will throw a client-side exception.

imq.metrics.topic.interval

Integer

60

Time interval, in seconds, at which to produce metrics messages to metric topic destinations

imq.metrics.topic.persist

Boolean

false

Are metrics messages sent to metric topic destinations persistent?

imq.metrics.topic.timetolive

Integer

300

Lifetime, in seconds, of metrics messages sent to metric topic destinations

1Can be used with imqcmd update bkr command

2Solaris platform only


Cluster Configuration Properties

Table 14-9 lists the configuration properties related to broker clusters.

Table 14-9  Broker Properties for Cluster Configuration 

Property

Type

Default

Description

imq.cluster.brokerlist1

String

None

List of broker addresses

The list consists of one or more addresses, separated by commas. Each address specifies the host name and Port Mapper port number of a broker in the cluster, in the form hostName:portNumber. Example:

  host1:3000,host2:8000,ctrlhost

imq.cluster.hostname2

String

None

Host name or IP address for cluster connection service

If specified, overrides imq.hostname (see Table 14-1) for the cluster connection service

imq.cluster.port2

Integer

0

Port number for cluster connection service

A value of 0 specifies that the port number should be allocated dynamically by the Port Mapper.

imq.cluster.transport1

String

tcp

Network transport protocol for cluster connection service

For secure, encrypted message delivery between brokers, set this property to ssl.

imq.cluster.url1,3

String

None

URL of cluster configuration file, if any

Examples:

  http://webserver/imq/cluster.properties

(for a file on a Web server)

  file:/net/mfsserver/imq/cluster.properties

(for a file on a shared drive)

imq.cluster.masterbroker1

String

None

Host name and port number of cluster’s master broker, if any

The value has the form hostName:portNumber, where hostName is the host name of the master broker and portNumber is its Port Mapper port number. Example:

  ctrlhost:7676

1Must have the same value for all brokers in a cluster

2Can be specified independently for each broker in a cluster

3Can be used with imqcmd update bkr command


Alphabetical List of Broker Properties

Table 14-10 is an alphabetical list of broker configuration properties, with cross-references to the relevant tables in this chapter.

Table 14-10  Alphabetical List of Broker Properties 

Property

Table

imq.accesscontrol.enabled

Table 14-7

imq.accesscontrol.file.filename

Table 14-7

imq.audit.enabled

Table 14-7

imq.authentication.basic.user_repository

Table 14-7

imq.authentication.client.response.timeout

Table 14-7

imq.authentication.type

Table 14-7

imq.autocreate.destination.isLocalOnly

Table 14-3

imq.autocreate.destination.limitBehavior

Table 14-3

imq.autocreate.destination.maxBytesPerMsg

Table 14-3

imq.autocreate.destination.maxNumMsgs

Table 14-3

imq.autocreate.destination.maxNumProducers

Table 14-3

imq.autocreate.destination.maxTotalMsgBytes

Table 14-3

imq.autocreate.destination.useDMQ

Table 14-3

imq.autocreate.queue

Table 14-3

imq.autocreate.queue.consumerFlowLimit

Table 14-3

imq.autocreate.queue.localDeliveryPreferred

Table 14-3

imq.autocreate.queue.maxNumActiveConsumers

Table 14-3

imq.autocreate.queue.maxNumBackupConsumers

Table 14-3

imq.autocreate.topic

Table 14-3

imq.autocreate.topic.consumerFlowLimit

Table 14-3

imq.cluster.brokerlist

Table 14-9

imq.cluster.hostname

Table 14-9

imq.cluster.masterbroker

Table 14-9

imq.cluster.port

Table 14-9

imq.cluster.transport

Table 14-9

imq.cluster.url

Table 14-9

imq.destination.DMQ.truncateBody

Table 14-2

imq.destination.logDeadMsgs

Table 14-8

imq.hostname

Table 14-1

imq.imqcmd.password

Table 14-7

imq.keystore.file.dirpath

Table 14-7

imq.keystore.file.name

Table 14-7

imq.keystore.password

Table 14-7

imq.keystore.propertyName

Table 14-7

imq.log.console.output

Table 14-8

imq.log.console.stream

Table 14-8

imq.log.file.dirpath

Table 14-8

imq.log.file.filename

Table 14-8

imq.log.file.output

Table 14-8

imq.log.file.rolloverbytes

Table 14-8

imq.log.file.rolloversecs

Table 14-8

imq.log.level

Table 14-8

imq.log.syslog.facility

Table 14-8

imq.log.syslog.identity

Table 14-8

imq.log.syslog.logconsole

Table 14-8

imq.log.syslog.logpid

Table 14-8

imq.log.syslog.output

Table 14-8

imq.log.timezone

Table 14-8

imq.message.expiration.interval

Table 14-2

imq.message.max_size

Table 14-2

imq.metrics.enabled

Table 14-8

imq.metrics.interval

Table 14-8

imq.metrics.topic.enabled

Table 14-8

imq.metrics.topic.interval

Table 14-8

imq.metrics.topic.persist

Table 14-8

imq.metrics.topic.timetolive

Table 14-8

imq.passfile.dirpath

Table 14-7

imq.passfile.enabled

Table 14-7

imq.passfile.name

Table 14-7

imq.persist.file.destination.message.filepool.limit

Table 14-5

imq.persist.file.message.cleanup

Table 14-5

imq.persist.file.message.filepool.cleanratio

Table 14-5

imq.persist.file.message.max_record_size

Table 14-5

imq.persist.file.sync.enabled

Table 14-5

imq.persist.jdbc.brokerid

Table 14-6

imq.persist.jdbc.closedburl

Table 14-6

imq.persist.jdbc.createdburl

Table 14-6

imq.persist.jdbc.driver

Table 14-6

imq.persist.jdbc.needpassword

Table 14-6

imq.persist.jdbc.opendburl

Table 14-6

imq.persist.jdbc.password

Table 14-6

imq.persist.jdbc.table.IMQCCREC35

Table 14-6

imq.persist.jdbc.table.IMQDEST35

Table 14-6

imq.persist.jdbc.table.IMQILIST35

Table 14-6

imq.persist.jdbc.table.IMQINT35

Table 14-6

imq.persist.jdbc.table.IMQMSG35

Table 14-6

imq.persist.jdbc.table.IMQPROPS35

Table 14-6

imq.persist.jdbc.table.IMQSV35

Table 14-6

imq.persist.jdbc.table.IMQTACK35

Table 14-6

imq.persist.jdbc.table.IMQTXN35

Table 14-6

imq.persist.jdbc.user

Table 14-6

imq.persist.store

Table 14-4

imq.ping.interval

Table 14-1

imq.portmapper.backlog

Table 14-1

imq.portmapper.hostname

Table 14-1

imq.portmapper.port

Table 14-1

imq.resourceState.count

Table 14-2

imq.resourceState.threshold

Table 14-2

imq.service.activelist

Table 14-1

imq.serviceName.accesscontrol.enabled

Table 14-7

imq.serviceName.accesscontrol.file.filename

Table 14-7

imq.serviceName.authentication.type

Table 14-7

imq.serviceName.max_threads

Table 14-1

imq.serviceName.min_threads

Table 14-1

imq.serviceName.protocolType.hostname

Table 14-1

imq.serviceName.protocolType.port

Table 14-1

imq.serviceName.threadpool_model

Table 14-1

imq.shared.connectionMonitor_limit

Table 14-1

imq.system.max_count

Table 14-2

imq.system.max_size

Table 14-2

imq.transaction.autorollback

Table 14-2

imq.user_repository.ldap.base

Table 14-7

imq.user_repository.ldap.gidattr

Table 14-7

imq.user_repository.ldap.grpbase

Table 14-7

imq.user_repository.ldap.grpfilter

Table 14-7

imq.user_repository.ldap.grpsearch

Table 14-7

imq.user_repository.ldap.memattr

Table 14-7

imq.user_repository.ldap.password

Table 14-7

imq.user_repository.ldap.principal

Table 14-7

imq.user_repository.ldap.propertyName

Table 14-7

imq.user_repository.ldap.server

Table 14-7

imq.user_repository.ldap.ssl.enabled

Table 14-7

imq.user_repository.ldap.timeout

Table 14-7

imq.user_repository.ldap.uidattr

Table 14-7

imq.user_repository.ldap.usrfilter

Table 14-7



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