[rabbitmq-discuss] clustering rabbitmq using ip addresses
ahussein.abdelrahman at gmail.com
Sun Dec 13 21:42:00 GMT 2009
well this will require me to have all the machines names/ipaddress
beforehand, and thats is not feasible in my deployment, i want to be able to
add machines to the cluster on the fly.
I am wondering why i cannot use rabbit at 192.168.1.3 as nodename for example
i am a python/java kinda guy so, i dont really know how erlang handle it
message passing and communications between nodes.
Matthias Radestock-2 wrote:
> bido wrote:
>> i want to deploy a cluster of rabbitmq nodes, the thing is that i dont
>> dns server(no to plan to have one) and i want to use the ip address of
>> machine to configure the cluster.
>> any ideas ?
>> p.s: the cluster will be inside a LAN
> you could simply add all the cluster machines to /etc/hosts. That should
> be enough to keep Erlang happy.
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