Temporary queues on /pubsub are identified by their name being uuid, and according to the fedora-messaging docs: https://fedora-messaging.readthedocs.io/en/stable/quick-start.html#fedora-s-public-broker these queues are automatically deleted if they have no consumers after approximately an hour.
automatically deleted if they have no consumers after approximately an hour.
Checking the rabbitmq server, we have a few queues on the /bodhi virtual host, whose name are uuid, who do not seem to have consumers but are currently accumulating messages.
Could it be that we're automatically cleaning up queues in /pubsub and aren't doing so in /bodhi?
Should we allow uuid-based queues in /bodhi?
Pending messages take memory on the server, but the amount of messages is currently fairly low (2.5K atm, we went to above 100K last week w/o too much troubles).
Cc @cverna could these queues be coming from bodhi itself? (I'm thinking of celery-beat or so)
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