[rabbitmq-discuss] Why Clustering ? Load Balancing
dmitry.andrianov at alertme.com
Tue Apr 30 12:50:05 BST 2013
Looks like I do not understand your installation at all. I thought that
"producer" and "consumer" are some processes which actually produce
messages, send them via RabbitMQ and receive them from RabbitMQ
But now it looks to me that you call different RabbitMQ instances
"producer" and "consumer".
So how exactly does it work? Is there some kind of federation or are you
On 30/04/13 09:54, tluck wrote:
>> How many RabbitMQ servers you running? Where is RabbitMQ on your picture?
> There are total 4 severs on which RabbitMQ is running. One is producer and 3
> others are consumers.
>> I would assume you are running it on "producer server" but how many
>> instances of rabbit do you have?
> On each server I have one instance of rarbbitmq running. Rabbitmq management
> plugin is installed on producer server only, and other consumer servers they
> all hit producer`s queues (all queues and messages are residing in producer
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