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From Mohammad Reza Selim <>
Subject Re: More on Broker Network
Date Wed, 09 Jan 2008 04:07:48 GMT
In other words, I just want to the dispatch algorithm [].

----- Original Message ----
From: Mohammad Reza Selim <>
Sent: Wednesday, January 9, 2008 12:22:28 PM
Subject: Re: More on Broker Network

Hiram Chirino, thanks for your help.
I browsed the source code, it would really good if I could understand
 most of them. Right now I only need to know one thing, if you could let
 it know me, lot of my time would be saved. 
I need to know how routing is performed in a network of clusters. I
 just assume that in a large scale system there may have many clusters with
 numerous destinations. If one msg is sent to a particular destination
 (POINT TO POINT), how it is routed from the source broker(in a cluster)
 to the destination broker (in another cluster) via a number of
 intermediate clusters. I understand that a store-and-forward method is used.
 But what is the strategy to select the next hop of a msg? what is the
 size of the routing table?

----- Original Message ----
From: Hiram Chirino <>
Sent: Friday, December 21, 2007 5:26:03 AM
Subject: Re: More on Broker Network


It would take alot of effort to explain most of those questions.. You
might want to review the source code to get a better understanding
about how the protocols work.  See:

On Dec 19, 2007 8:27 PM, Mohammad Reza Selim <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am interested to know about various protocol operations of broker
 network. I would appreciate if you can help me. In fact my research
 topic is to  design a message queuing middleware which should be more
 dynamic and reliable than the currently available ones. I need to know
> 1. various protocol operations when a broker joins the broker network
 or leaves from it
> 2. protocol operations in master slave replications
> 3. routing algorithm (specially the destination is known/stated,
 i.e., point to point data transfer)
> 4. Are the above protocol operations/routing standardized by
> 5. Are they adapted from some published papers? If so, I also need
 the references.
> If anyone know the answer of at least one of the above query, I would
 be thankful if you could let me know.
> Selim

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