[Spread-users] Session disconnect
jesus at omniti.com
Fri Mar 8 10:09:54 EST 2002
On Friday, March 8, 2002, at 09:20 AM, koorosh.alahiari at ids.allianz.com
> I was wondering if anyone could explain to me the
> reasoning behind the forced shut down of slow
> receivers. This kinds of defeats the object of
> Reliable Multicast data delivery.
> I was told on a previous mail that spread
> drops clients BUT it does NOT drop messages
> so whenever my receivers were dropped I
> tried an immediate reconnection and found
> that about 30% of my messages were lost.
> I would rather avoid implementing an ACK
> mechanism since this would slow down the
> very respectable performance of spread!
You don't need to implement an ACK mechanism. Spread provides you with
Spread will notify the _sender_ that the group has changed when your
receiver is disconnected. so you didn't "loose" any messages. You
should have been aware that you were sending them to a group that didn't
contain the member you were expecting to hear them
Spread's group semantics provide a powerful and sufficient mechanism for
implementing application-level reliable delivery. Spread itself, only
implements daemon-to-daemon (network) reliable multicast.
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