[rabbitmq-discuss] High Availability

Alvaro Videla videlalvaro at gmail.com
Thu Mar 18 15:05:48 GMT 2010


After some feedback by @etrepum at Twitter, I feel that what I commented needs some more details, so I did some research about LVS, since that set up was done by one of our sysadmins.

You can check about a LVS setup here: 


From that page:

"the role of the active router is to redirect service requests from the virtual server address to the real servers." [...] 

"The active router dynamically monitors the health of the real servers, and the workload on each." [...] 

"If a real server becomes disabled, the active router stops sending jobs to the server until it returns to normal operation."

I hope this mails clarifies things up,


On Mar 18, 2010, at 7:57 PM, Gustavo Aquino wrote:

> Hi,
> I have done this question before for many peoples, without success, because I don't found (Documentation, discussion lists and etc) any way to do High Availability with RabbitMQ without a lot of workaround, so exist a way to do HA with RabbitMQ without implementing a lot of stuffs by client side, like recreating queues when node down, recreating configurations, recreating client connections and etc ?
> What's recommendation from RabbitMQ to do HA ?
> Someone here have done some HA implementation to RabbitMQ ?
> Regards.
> Gustavo
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