[rabbitmq-discuss] How can I connect in a cluster using Java library

Lucas Souza lucasas at gmail.com
Wed Mar 16 17:31:36 GMT 2011

Emile, and how about publishing messages....

If a connect on node A, I have to consume this message only on node A.
If I'll go on node B, the message does not exist there, right?

Is there any way to make replication on RabbitMQ?


On 16 mar, 14:10, Emile Joubert <em... at rabbitmq.com> wrote:
> Hi Lucas,
> On 16/03/11 16:13, Lucas Souza wrote:
> > If I'm connected on node A, and my cluster is composed by node A and
> > node B, if node A down, will I have to connect in node B explicitily?
> > Always I have to choice a node to connect?
> If you want clients to reconnect when nodes disappear then take a look
> at the message patterns library, as mentioned previously. Clients can
> reconnect to any of the nodes that are still running.
> Keep in mind that rabbit clusters are intended to provide scalability
> rather than availability.
> Regards
> Emile
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