[rabbitmq-discuss] async client
ben.browitt at gmail.com
Thu Apr 28 13:12:34 BST 2011
On Mon, Apr 25, 2011 at 10:59 AM, Ben Browitt <ben.browitt at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a service on one server that need to get messages from several
> websites on remote servers.
> A message will be triggered by a user action in a website. For example,
> when a user login or post a comment.
> Messages are small, frequency will be low and it is not critical if
> messages are lost.
> The easiest thing to do is send an http request from the website to the
> service but that will block the user request.
> Another option is to store messages in a database on the website server and
> poll it with a cron job or a request from the service but it's dirty.
> I would like to use rabbitmq for this.
> The service will have a rabbitmq server with a client for each website.
> Each website will have a rabbitmq client that will publish messages to the
> Websites will use php, python or ruby.
> Do I need to use a different client for each language?
> Is the client async, meaning that the php code will ask it to send the
> message but won't need to wait for it?
> Are there rpm/deb packages for clients that take care of installation and
> startup for me for easy integration?
> Is there a client that acts like a local server that is easy to install and
> can talk to any langauge? It could use http or thrift for example.
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