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Updated Red Hat Enterprise MRG Messaging packages that fix several bugs are now available for Red Hat Enterprise MRG 2.0 for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 in RHBA-20316 – Red Hat Enterprise MRG Messaging 2.5.5 bugfix update.
Poor enqueueing performance was discovered when a priority queue with a ring queue policy had a large message backlog.
During normal operation, new messages are appended directly to the back of the priority queues because the order of arrival is known.
Enqueueing performance is improved for priority ring queues containing large numbers of messages with mixed priorities.
Performance degraded quickly when messages of mixed priority were inserted into a queue with a large (more than 100,000) message backlog.
The fix ensures disordered messages acquired by a consumer as part of a cluster update, but not yet acknowledged at the time a new member joins the cluster, are reordered.
A race condition was discovered on qpid::management:: Management Agent::debug Snapshot when one thread executed periodic processing with traces enabled, while the second thread processed a QMF method from the client. The fix improves thread iteration behavior, which fixes the originally reported issue.
This caused the ninth byte to be dropped, and resulted in a connection failure on certain systems.Because of changes in the included security fixes, starting with this release Windows client programs that use the default PLAIN authentication may now fail if authentication is turned off on the broker, where before they erroneously succeeded.To work around this, explicitly use ANONYMOUS by using Updated packages that disable SSLv2/3 usage are now available for Red Hat Enterprise MRG 2.5 for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 are now available in RHBA-20311 – Red Hat Enterprise MRG Messaging and Grid bugfix update.These updated packages address a vulnerability in the SSLv3 protocols, which is commonly referred to as POODLE.POODLE stands for Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption.