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From Gordon Sim <g...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: Several issues with the Java Broker
Date Wed, 20 Jan 2016 13:33:40 GMT
On 01/20/2016 12:53 PM, Rob Godfrey wrote:
> There is no single point where "it is fully configured for use" in the case
> of HA a virtual host may transition from a REPLICA state to a MASTER state
> (or vice versa) at any time,

In the case of transferring from MASTER to REPLICA, simply dropping the 
underlying tcp connection would be better (since it would be more likely 
to cause the client to try an alternative url).

> similarly virtual hosts may be stopped and
> started by management actions.  The broker architecture separates the ports
> (which accept incoming connections) from the virtual hosts... until the
> virtual host is chosen, the broker cannot know whether it can service the
> request.


>  As you say, it is unfortunate that we don't have alternative
> error codes for auth failure and other transient connection issues... but
> not much we can do there.  Would it be possible to add some way to have the
> client keep retrying even if it gets a 320?

It would certainly be possible, yes. It would have to be a configurable 
option though.

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