[rabbitmq-discuss] what's the difference between virtual host and clustering

Yu-Teh Shen shenyute at gmail.com
Wed Aug 3 01:52:16 BST 2011

According to the AMQP 0.9.1, the virtual host is a data partition within the
server and it comprises its own name space, a set of exchanges, queues

I thought it just very similar to the clustering which combine many erlang
node together.

Or can I say that they are under different layer of abstraction. Once you
combine many rabbitmq erlang node together, it is called cluster.

And if you want to isolate no matter a single node or cluster into different
partition, it is called virtual host.

Is my understanding right?


Shen, Yu-Teh
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