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From James Casey <jamesc....@gmail.com>
Subject Re: C integration with openwire
Date Sun, 17 May 2009 08:56:51 GMT
2009/5/15 Ricardo Clemente <rickclemente@gmail.com>

> Hi,
>
> I'm working on a module to consume all Nagios events and publish then
> to activemq ( I would be glad to share this as soon as I complete it).
> The module is written in C and my first idea was to use Openwire C
> client. The motivation over other options as the rest interface, is
> that the number of events per second is really high and a protocol
> with persistent connection seems the best option.
>
> Unfortunately, I was not able to build the libopenwire, finding the
> same issue as in this thread
> (
> http://www.nabble.com/Problem-building-libOpenWire-using-Maven-to16558223.html#a16558223
> ).
> I also found a post from Chirino that the focus was on the C++ client
> (http://www.nabble.com/Openwire-C-client-issue-to3875953.html#a3875953)
> which let me a little concerned about using the C implementation.
>
> So my questions are: should I use the C libopenwire? Is this library
> considered ready for a live environment? And is there any working
> build process for linux?
>
> Any one can direct me to the best C activemq integration option? Is
> XMPP or STOMP better options with also good performance?


 Hi Ricardo,

We're already doing something similar with Nagios and ActiveMQ - several
Nagios services publishing all  check results onto  ActiveMQ topics.  Our
achitecture is a bit different (we've implemented it as a nagios
eventhandler instead of directly in the Nagios engine itself), but we've
been using STOMP via Perl and not seeing any problems with performance at
all.  I don't see you having any problems using a C STOMP implementation
either unless you're doing thousands of nagios calls a second.

cheers,

James.

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