[rabbitmq-discuss] Clustering & load balancing

Romain Conseil romain.conseil at gmail.com
Fri Oct 8 18:02:18 BST 2010

Yes they connect to the same node... I was not clear in fact : is there a
way to implement a kind of proxy that balance load ?
Publishers could then send messages transparently to a single adress.


2010/10/8 Matthias Radestock <matthias at rabbitmq.com>

> Romain,
> On 08/10/10 16:50, Romain Conseil wrote:
>> Following to my previous post (high CPU load due to 10kHz messages), I
>> tested clustering on a single node with the help of the tutorial.
>> Everything is set correctly, 3 instances (one disk, 2 ram) on my single
>> machine. When I start the message flow, I can see that the exhcnages are
>> shared trhough the 3 nodes but nevertheless the cpu load is not balanced
>> on the 3 nodes but only one. When reading I have understood that
>> clustering was different from the load balancing I expected. Then how
>> could I configure such a behaviour ?
> Do your publishers connect to different nodes? If they all connect to the
> same node then that load gets all the load.
> Matthias.
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