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From Felipe Fraga <>
Subject HA Cluster from Standalone Artemis
Date Tue, 16 Apr 2019 11:14:23 GMT
Hello all,

I now have ActiveMQ Artemis 2.6.4 deployed as docker container in an
elastic cloud environment.

Nodes can be scaled up or down at any time and actual IP's cannot be known
during configuration time, so I can't create a cluster-connection using
static cluster members.

I also have an outside load balancer that is able to forward requests to
these containers according to a certain algorithm.

Now, problem is, I have a special requirement that I am not allowed for
this containers to use multicast requests to discover another nodes in the
cluster. Effectively, each node must run as standalone.

I have used shared-storage ha-policy configuration, but nodes must still
announce themselves to others as the documentation states. And with all
nodes configured as live servers, one node just waits to get a lock on the
journal shared directory.

So, Is there a possible scenario to achieve an HA Cluster using ActiveMQ
Artemis instances configured as standalone servers, using just a
shared-storage and my external load balancer?

Thanks in advance for the help.



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