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From "Caton, Nigel" <>
Subject Re: NiFi Clustering
Date Sat, 10 Dec 2016 08:03:36 GMT
Thanks Bryan.

On 2016-12-09 15:32 (-0000), Bryan Bende <> wrote:
> Nigel,>
> The advantage of using a cluster is that whenever you change something in>
> the UI, it will be changed on all nodes, and you also get a central view of>
> the metrics/stats across all nodes.  If you use standalone nodes you would>
> have to go to each node and make the same changes.>
> It sounds like you are probably doing automatic deployments of a flow that>
> you setup else where and aren't planning to ever modify the production>
> nodes so maybe the above is a non-issue for you.>
> The rolling deployment scenario depends on whether you are updating the>
> flow, or just code. For example, if you are just updating code then you>
> should be able to do a rolling deployment in a cluster, but if you are>
> updating the flow then I don't think it will work because the a node will>
> come up with the new flow and attempt to join the cluster, and the cluster>
> won't accept it because the flow is different.>
> Hope that helps.>
> -Bryan>
> On Fri, Dec 9, 2016 at 9:33 AM, Caton, Nigel <> wrote:>
> > Are there any views of the pros/cons of running a native NiFi cluster>
> > versus a cluster of standalone

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