[rabbitmq-discuss] about the clustering of rabbitmq

femto Zheng femtowin at gmail.com
Wed Aug 5 03:36:17 BST 2009

Hello all,
Tony Garnock-Jones, thanks for the reply,
I'm currently designing a monitor application,
the client(or agent) are on each machine to collect log file, and filter it,
and send back to server to handle it, there's mutliple server for
scaling out consideration,
and anything that monitor interested can't be lost, so it needs some
guruatee semantics
like amqp, so I'm learning amqp, but I don't feel like ampq is exactly
what I needed,
I want to ask these questions somewhere, so what do you suggest I to ask?

On Tue, Aug 4, 2009 at 11:51 PM, Tony Garnock-Jones<tonyg at lshift.net> wrote:
> femto Zheng wrote:
>> 'Nodes in a cluster perform some basic load balancing by responding to
>> client connection attempts with AMQP's connection.redirect method as
>> appropriate',
> It's also worth pointing out here that connection.redirect is a bit of a
> crude, blunt weapon, and in fact has been *removed* for AMQP 0-9-1. When
> we transition to 0-9-1, it will no longer be available: it will be up to
> clients to know how to connect to the broker. This seems like a
> limitation, but I personally view it as an improvement: it means that
> AMQP concentrates on *messaging*, and leaves load balancing up to load
> balancers -- as it should :-)
> Regards,
>  Tony
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