[rabbitmq-discuss] memory node and disk node in cluster
tim at rabbitmq.com
Wed Jun 6 08:02:01 BST 2012
On 06/06/12 04:51, pangj wrote:
> I saw this statement:
> A node can be a RAM node or a disk node. RAM nodes keep their state
> only in memory (with the exception of the persistent contents of
> durable queues which are still stored safely on disc). Disk nodes keep
> state in memory and on disk.
> So what does the "state" mean above?
It means the declared queues, exchanges and bindings, plus one of two
other bits. Someone more familiar with the contents of the database can
fill in the hand-wavy 'one or two other bits' if you're interested. :)
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