Well I think these two issues aren't as related as I thought.  The
headers not in content happens when you:

* have a publisher, send to a queue.
* disconnect the publisher, make sure the queue is still alive aka, no
* send to the response queue, which no longer exists, and this happens.

I do think the command_invalid thing is related to the aforementioned
problem.  But I will have to investigate deeper.

Tell me what you think,

On Sat, Sep 5, 2009 at 3:26 AM, Dan Di Spaltro<dan.dispal...@gmail.com> wrote:
> So I keep running into this problem in our production system since the
> addition of the basic return, that I either get a truckload of these:
> *  'headers' not in msg.content
> - or -
> * txamqp.client.Closed: Method(name=close, id=60) (503,
> 'COMMAND_INVALID - expected content header for class 60, got non
> content header frame instead', 0, 0) content = None
> Which leads me to believe that frames are getting sent out of order.
> Now I haven't been able to confirm or deny whether I am doing
> something weird or if it is the fact that basic return is sharing the
> same channel as the normal messages going out and there seems to be
> nothing preventing them from interleaving and thus getting that
> message.  So I made a new branch with a quick fix and that problem
> doesn't seem to be happening much anymore.   Obviously, this change
> has side effects because now no longer are you creating a single
> channel so any code that creates multiple channels will probably
> notice that second open will fail.
> http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~dan-dispaltro/txamqp/fixed-queue-order/revision/39
> Tell me what you think or if there is a better proper solution.
> Thanks,
> --
> Dan Di Spaltro

Dan Di Spaltro

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