If set, and the the current delivery
rate is exceeding the configured value
of fast_delivery_rate and the consumers
are spending more time loading from
the store than delivering, then the
enqueue rate will be throttled to the
specified value so that the consumers
can catch up and reach the tail of the queue.
The message delivery rate (in bytes/sec) at which
the queue considers the consumers fast and
may start slowing down producers to match the consumption
rate if the consumers are at the tail of the queue.
The flush delay is the amount of time in milliseconds that a store
will delay persisting a messaging unit of work in hopes that it will
be invalidated shortly thereafter by another unit of work which
would negate the operation.
When a broker is first started up, it will validate the configuration file against
the the XSD Schema and report any errors/warnings it finds but it will continue to
start the broker even it finds problems.
Variable in class org.apache.activemq.apollo.dto.ValueDTO