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From Tim Bain <tb...@alumni.duke.edu>
Subject Re: can we share the data folder of activemq between two machines (local and remote)
Date Sat, 07 May 2016 03:15:55 GMT
Yes, a shared filesystem is the standard way to do master/slave with
KahaDB, and it can be done with brokers on different hosts as long as all
brokers have read/write access to the data directory.  Just be sure you
understand that in a master/slave cluster, one and only one of the brokers
(the master) is active at a time, and the others (the slaves) are sitting
idle waiting for the master to fail so they can become the master.  So the
brokers aren't sharing the data directory in the sense of both using it at
once, just in the sense that one can take over exclusive use of it if the
other fails.

Tim

On May 6, 2016 10:19 AM, "srikanth.april30" <srikanth.april30@gmail.com>
wrote:

> Hi ActiveMq Team,
> I am working on a POC related to ActiveMq. Does the Master/Slave concept is
> achievable with two ActiveMQ instances (one in local machine and other in
> remote machine) ?
>
> Please help me with some information .
>
> Thanks
> Srikanth
>
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