[rabbitmq-discuss] Alternate Exchanges: How to?
alfonso.pantoja at gmail.com
Mon Apr 4 13:08:39 BST 2011
On 1 abr, 14:36, Simon MacMullen <si... at rabbitmq.com> wrote:
> Not sure I understand. Exchanges exist in all nodes in a cluster
> simultaneously - so using alternate exchanges is no different in a cluster.
Hi Simon, I meant that in a clustered scenario (server A and server B)
what is the best strategy using alternate exchanges for ensuring that
no messages are lost when the link between server A and server B
Something like this? (just examples)
Exchange MainA (exchange created on A) ---> Alternate AE_A1 ---> bind
to a queue in server A?
Exchange MainA (exchange created on A seen in B too) --> Alternate
AE_A1 ---> bind to a queue in server B?
Exchange MainA (exchange created on A) ---> Alternate AE_A1 --->
bind to a queue in server A?
Exchange MainB (exchange created on B) --> Alternate AE_B1
(alternate exchange created in server B) ---> bind to a queue in
I suppose exchanges are created on a single server but are "seen" by
the rest of servers of the cluster but I'm not sure what happens when
the link is lost and the 2
and you are using alternate exchanges and don't want to loose any
message sent to B with a destination somewhere in server A.
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