I am pretty sure that running getoid returned all the internal queues as well, like rt$remoterouter, sys$xxx and so on. I had these specifically excluded in my script that generated SNMP monitoring of queue messagecounts but now consider the information how many messages are in the rt$ queues vital to check router network performance and health.
Currently this is not the case, getoid keeps silent about these queues. How can I monitor them?
This being settled, if with a little confusion, is there a way to change or disable flow control on these queues? Currently I don't really see the benefit in delaying other local applications if remote queues can't be reached in time. Repercussions can go deep, including stalling consumer threads because the producer threads are blocked.
All I have found is reducing the max flow control delay for the entire queue manager swiftlet.