[rabbitmq-discuss] Query on clustering
francesco at rabbitmq.com
Mon Aug 20 15:31:01 BST 2012
At Sat, 18 Aug 2012 08:41:57 -0700,
> From what i understood is that RabbitMQ Cluster is not transparent to
> Publishers and Consumers. e.g publisher has to switch to a different node of
> RabbitMQ Cluster if one node fails. Same way for consumers.
> Is there a way publisher & consumer can just connect with RabbitMQ cluster via
> a single nodename ? Without knowing which cluster node is serving them ?
Are you suggesting some king of "cluster name" that identifies the whole cluster
instead of a single node? How would that work?
Since you can't rely on any cluster node to always be online, you have to change
if the one you're connected to goes down.
> I want to install RabbitMQ cluster in 1x1 configuration ( both RAM nodes
Having a RAM only cluster is, in most imaginable scenarios, a very bad idea.
The performance improvements are minimum and you risk loss of data. Why did you
want to do that?
> And my intention is only that if one node fails, then all publishing and
> consuming tranparently gets switched to other cluster node.
I'm afraid that the easiest way will be by catching disconnections and
reconnecting to another cluster node.
Francesco * Often in error, never in doubt
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