[rabbitmq-discuss] cluster & HA (not Mirrored Queue Behaviour)
mklishin at gopivotal.com
Mon Jul 29 17:51:37 BST 2013
> According the rabbitmq cluster guide, it says there is at least one disc node and ram node is good for performance.
You do need at least one disk node but performance characteristics of a cluster are highly workload-dependent. If you don't create and remove queues aggressively, disk nodes probably will have the
same performance as RAM nodes (given comparable hardware and OS configuration).
> I hope my cluster provide good reliability & performance. But from my testing result of question 1, the queue eas gone.
Are you sure the nodes were clustered? Can you provide a script (or several) that I can use to
reproduce your issue?
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