[Spread-users] Configuration doubt

Ryan Caudy rcaudy at gmail.com
Wed Dec 29 21:27:34 EST 2004

I don't think you understand the system.  The daemons act to manage
the group memberships, and to transport messages for their clients. 
If two daemons are in a membership together, they share the same group
membership state, and clients that join a given group will receive the
same set of messages directed to that group while the membership is


On Wed, 29 Dec 2004 10:21:13 +0000, Gustavo Castro
<comadreja_98 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> i have a question about configurating a spread network. I have two java
> servers in two different machines, their IPs are and
> I want both machines two run a spread daemon each, so they can
> communicate with their clients with spread using the spread group
> "clients_group", and at the same time the servers running the daemons should
> be able to communicate among them using the spread group "daemon_group".
> The spread.conf should look something like this
> Spread_Segment {
>         server_1      
>         server_2      
> }
> Here is my question: if when you join a group it must be in your daemon,
> then how can the two daemons share a group, i mean, send each other a
> message? they would join two different groups, both with the same name but
> each running in a different daemon so when multicasts are send they wouldn´t
> get each other messages, right?
> Any help and advises are welcome!!
> Thanks!
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