[rabbitmq-discuss] RabbitMQ Cluster On AWS VPC
wangjunbo924 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 14 01:14:09 GMT 2012
Hi Laing, Is there any performance issue?
And I believe that it's much more expensive to build cluster across AWS
zones. Does it?
One another question, I'm wondering how to connect to the cluster in your
experience? A Load Balancer before cluster or DNS Round Robin or the Java
Client Libraries only?
2012/12/13 Laing, Michael P. <Michael.Laing at nytimes.com>
> Clustering across AWS availability zones works fine in our experience so
> On 12/13/12 5:48 AM, "Simon MacMullen" <simon at rabbitmq.com> wrote:
> >On 13/12/12 10:44, 王俊波 wrote:
> >> We are going to build RabbitMQ cluster with HA on AWS VPC. Suppose there
> >> are two subnets in the VPC, and they are in different available zones(
> >> for more info about AWS available zone, please visit:
> >> Then I launch instances in both subnets:
> >> instance X in subnet1(in AWS zone us-east-1a)
> >> instance Y in subnet2(in AWS zone us-east-1b)
> >> So can I create a RabbitMQ cluster with HA consisting of both X and Y?
> >This is a bad idea - RabbitMQ clusters do not tolerate network
> >partitions well. Read http://www.rabbitmq.com/partitions.html for more
> >> Another question is about federation plugin. If I build federation links
> >> for X and Y symmetrically with max-hop=1, is there any way that whenever
> >> a message is consumed from node X then the corresponding one in node Y
> >> is dequeued automatically with no client actually consuming it?
> >No, I'm afraid not.
> >Cheers, Simon
> >Simon MacMullen
> >RabbitMQ, VMware
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