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From Rajkumar Rajaratnam <rajkum...@wso2.com>
Subject [Discuss] Are we creating a replication controller per member?
Date Tue, 06 Jan 2015 07:47:52 GMT
Hi,

Seems replication controller id is same as member id.

core@master ~ $ kubecfg list replicationControllers
Name
Image(s)
Selector
                                      Replicas
----------

----------
----------
----------
php-php-domain7dd60909-45a3-425f-820e-9703237e6d90
stratos/php:4.1.0-alpha
name=php-php-domain7dd60909-45a3-425f-820e-9703237e6d90    1
php-php-domain6d05ba1b-f67c-4d06-987e-dfdc3b62ec55
stratos/php:4.1.0-alpha
name=php-php-domain6d05ba1b-f67c-4d06-987e-dfdc3b62ec55      1
php-php-domainab81daa2-5bec-42e1-88b7-6cdc1f78d90a
stratos/php:4.1.0-alpha
name=php-php-domainab81daa2-5bec-42e1-88b7-6cdc1f78d90a     1
php-php-domain493060b3-85bb-4cb9-ae46-b25555d5f262
stratos/php:4.1.0-alpha
name=php-php-domain493060b3-85bb-4cb9-ae46-b25555d5f262     1

There is only one cluster. But there are four replication controllers, each
with one replicas.

So are we creating a new replication controller for each member of the
cluster, rather than updating existing replication controller of the
cluster?

Thanks.

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Rajkumar Rajaratnam
Committer & PMC Member, Apache Stratos
Software Engineer, WSO2

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