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From Andreas Gies <>
Subject Re: master-slave topology in network of brokers
Date Wed, 15 Oct 2014 06:49:55 GMT

you might want to try this link:

In a nutshell I think it is fair to say that a network of brokers covers sharing the load
between a number of concurrently active brokers and the “normal” use case is a cluster
somewhere and the throughput is shared across those. The master/slave configuration is to
make a broker resilient. Within a master slave configuration only one of the brokers is active
at any point in time and serve JMS clients. 

This having said, every node in a network of brokers could be a master/slave pair. This is
how I normally set up my messaging backbone in my projects. 

Best regards

On 15 Oct 2014, at 08:40, khandelwalanuj <> wrote:

> Hi,
> I am trying to understand master-slave topology in network of brokers as
> mentioned in 
> I didn't find much details about it on the link i posted above,.
> Can anyone tell me what exactly master-slave configuration is ? Any
> important links about it ?
> Thanks,
> Anuj
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