[rabbitmq-discuss] Queue inspector.

Ben Hood 0x6e6562 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 7 23:21:05 GMT 2007


On 7 Nov 2007, at 20:42, Brian Granger wrote:
>>> Yes, each worker does need a private queue so workers can directly
>>> send messages to a given worker.  But, it gets more complicated than
>>> that in a number of ways:
>>> - The master needs to be able to push messages to arbitrary sets of
>>> workers.  Our general syntax (our master in written in python) looks
>>> like this:
>>> push(list_of_workers, msg)
>>> So you see things like this:
>>> push(getIDs(), msg)  that does a broadcast or:
>>> push(range(10), msg) that pushes to workers 0,1,...10

I've been following this thread but I don't think I've understood  
everything completely.

Can you clarify what it is about your system that requires the  
workflow to be producer driven and consumer driven? Are the  
interactions stateful in any way? Or am I missing the point?


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