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From ktecho <kte...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: High Availability and Load Balancing
Date Mon, 19 Nov 2007 20:38:27 GMT

Something like 860 KB/sec of text encapsulated into JMS messages of about 150
bytes each one, coming from 42 machines. The problem is that we need to do
some parsing of the messages on the machine, and that the number of clients
could potentially grow. That's why we need some brokers to be Master.

The only way to provide HA and Load Balancing is to increase the number of
server in pairs (master/slave)?

Thanks. 



James.Strachan wrote:
> 
> On 19/11/2007, ktecho <ktecho@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> We need to receive JMS log messages from several machines. Initially,
>> we're
>> going to setup 2 machines, but this is expected to grow as the load grows
>> as
>> well. That's why I cannot use the Master/Slave1/Slave2/Slave3 schema. I
>> need
>> all the brokers to be up and running, and if one of them fails (the
>> machine
>> shuts down), the other brokers should process the messages of the broker
>> that has failed.
> 
> I repeat - what kind of load are you talking about? A single
> master/slave cluster can usually handle most peoples load requirements
> - as its easy to scale with just more producers & consumers.
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