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From MrEcho <mre...@gmail.com>
Subject Master/Slave Round Robin of Brokers
Date Tue, 28 Sep 2010 23:45:48 GMT

Im trying to create a situation where there is no single 'master' in the
cluster of brokers. Single point of failure.

I need to use master/slave method because of the HA that I need. But if the
'master' goes down, I can NOT just stop the slave and copy over /data. Ive
got live udp packets of stuff coming in that I cant buffer in my application
till the master comes back online. From the looks of it the single /data
file only 1 borker can have access to it, and thats just to risky for me.

So my idea is to have 3 brokers, each being a Slave to the next, but also
being a master. Dual Ring round robin kind of thing. One goes down, but
because its a slave, the master should send all the stats/connection data to
the one that was down. And its slaves reconnect to it. The clients would
have failover: for all 3 brokers.

Is this even possible? What about race conditions? Has anyone done this?

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