|Re: [paho-dev] About paho mqtt client buffers/holds message|
Shivam Seth <shivam.jma@xxxxxxxxx> writes: > If this is not right place to ask questions, Please guide me to correct > path. It seems right. > I am using *python** based paho mqtt client*. > When MQTT broker get disconnected, the messages at mqtt client will be > buffered, which are there to be publish to broker. paho python is a library. Did you write code to use the library? > So I wanted to understand, How long that message will be buffered on > client, or when it will be dropped by mqtt client? Can you point to where in the docs this should be explained and what you found there? Not having a clue, I would expect that when the process exits, the pending messages are lost. I would also perhaps expect some largish limit on buffered messages, which when exceeed perhaps results in dropping old ones, and perhaps results in an error. > I wanted to log such messages which are not published and drop at client > itself? I would suggest reading the source code.
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