1. Starting the slave with an "empty" database, i.e no queues results in the slave trying to start and ultimately failing as the address is in use. There's now lock. Pushing a message to TEST.FOO and then starting the database works OK. The slave comes up and locks and waits.
2. Now, adding a TEST.FOO1 to the master. The master now has the two queues, TEST.FOO and TEST.FOO1. Kill the master and let the slave take over. The slave only sees TEST.FOO. Not TEST.FOO1.