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From Jules Gosnell <>
Subject Re: JMS Clustering in Geronimo v1
Date Fri, 13 Jan 2006 15:56:59 GMT
My understanding is that ActiveMQ has full-featured clustering 

I am sure that James will elaborate.


Rajith Attapattu wrote:

> I see one short critical comming on Geronimo at the moment is we 
> haven't defined what can and what we have to do in terms of clustering.
> I am glad you started the thread on JMS clustering, so some of the 
> questions will be addressed
> There is no documentation out there what has been done or needs to be 
> done. Instead of complaining I am planning to fill the gap with the 
> help of Hernan, but would need help and input. We did disscuss some 
> issues with HA-JNDI, there is lot of disscussions on Web clustering, 
> but other than that there is no direction or disscussion.
> This will confuse a lot of the end-users. Clustering is pretty darn 
> important in any production-level deployment and if we don't give a 
> clear idea to the community about where we stand or atleast the fact 
> that we have recognized where we need to work or some sort of RoadMap 
> the endusers will be very confused about the whole issue.
> Regards,
> Rajith
> On 1/13/06, *Dave Colasurdo* < 
> <>> wrote:
>     I'm wondering what claims *Geronimo v1* can make concerning JMS
>     clustering.  I do see that ActiveMQ makes quite a few claims around
>     clustering though am wondering exactly which capabilities are
>     leveraged/relevant to Geronimo v1?
>     Clustering/failover of message brokers?
>     If so, where is this setup and where is the failover decision
>     making done?
>     Queue Consumer Clusters?
>     Message Failover?
>     Other?
>     Do the messaging applications require any awareness of the clustered
>     environment or is it transparent?
>     Has anyone tested any of these scenarios using Geronimo v1?  :)
>     Thanks
>     -Dave-

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