[Spread-users] questions from a new user
Frank.Wang at tahoetrading.com
Fri Jan 17 14:45:38 EST 2003
Thanks for your help, Ryan.
I would like to see whehter Spread is efficient enough to replace our
currently middleware framework. Basically, I have several publishers and
could be ~100 subscribers. I hope the sub can continually un/subscribe to
certain topics and they need RELIABLE (orderred and no loss) communication
with the publishers.
One easy solution is to use one central server as the distributor (as many
middle wares does), both pub and sub will communicate through this one
server. I could build up several routing servers if necessary, but I would
like to start from one first.
how good this daemon Spread can handle clients?
How many client apps can connect to one daemon or what is the max msgs/per
sec for a daemon?
is that possible for one daemon serve for two subnet as 192.16.17.* and
192.16.18.*. Or even as 192.19.17.* and 192.16.18.*? (I have sptflooder and
spread running in different subnets)
WOuld that be a problem if the clients use dynamic IP (DNS lookup still
I have not seen many examples on its use in the real world and am very
interested in any real-world examples.
I am a newbie to spread (just see this name this week), please forgive me if
you think I have not throughly understood the doc.
Thanks a lot
From: Ryan Caudy [mailto:caudy at jhu.edu]
Sent: Friday, January 17, 2003 1:20 PM
To: Frank Wang
Cc: spread-users at lists.spread.org
Subject: Re: [Spread-users] questions from a new user
You don't need to run one spread daemon for each client, or even one
spread for each machine upon which you are running clients. For some
applications of spread it is encouraged to run daemons on each client
machine, but this is not a requirement, and does not fit all
applications. If you tell the list more about how you plan to use
spread, we can try to suggest the most efficient way to use it.
Running spflooder with the option "-s 4803 at spreadmachine" should work,
if the name spreadmachine can be resolved by gethostbyname() on the
client machine, and the daemon running on spreadmachine is running on
port 4803. If you send your spread.conf file to the list, this may help
us see the problem.
Frank Wang wrote:
> Just starting to get familiar with Spread and having some general
> it is highly appreciated if you would please provide me even partial
> to your best knowledge:
> For each client, do I need to have one spread.exe running at the local? I
> have used some other middlewares, which mostly have a central server-like
> program to handle messages. The clients can communicate with each other
> through this server, but they are not necessarily in the same machines. It
> apprears in the documentation that I have to have spread running at the
> local for each client and I also failed to run spread in one machine and
> spflooder -s 4803 at spreadmahcine while spread is in another machine. Did I
> config the local setting wrong or spread has to be running in each
> Further questios to come based on the answer to this question.
> Thanks a lot
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