[rabbitmq-discuss] Best OS and configuration needs
simone.busoli at gmail.com
Mon Mar 5 20:53:07 GMT 2012
I can tell you about my experience, but please take into account that the
deployments I did bear nowhere near the load you've described.
That said, I'm pretty sure the broker counts way more Linux deployments
than Windows ones, although I've been running on Windows for months without
any major issues. This directly implies that you're less likely to
experience issues unheard of if run on Linux.
On the client side I've been using .NET as well, with some minor glitches,
of which some are resolved in the version control trunk. (I.e. heartbeats)
I'll leave the ram and disk aspect to someone else as it's never really
concerned me given the relatively low load.
On Mar 5, 2012 9:12 PM, "Jose Comboni" <trancos at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I'm new to the list, so please bear with me in case I ask something that
> may be too obvious.
> I'm trying to integrate RabbitMQ as a way to safely decouple components on
> a client/server configuration; the system will be receiving Billions of
> requests per month.
> We're thinking of setting up a clustered queue with RabbitMQ, and I was
> wondering what is the best platform to deploy something like this. Our main
> development environment is in Windows (.NET), however, we are hosting at
> least two other components in several Linux servers.
> One more thing, in your experience, what is the recommended RAM needed for
> clustered environments, and in the case of durable queues, is SSD
> recommended? or RAID5 (with 8+ mechanical disks) and a small stripe size do
> the job. The payload per message has an average of 400bytes (yes, that is
> - JMJC
> "The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of
> thinking with which we created them." - Albert Einstein
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