[Spread-users] network configuration
nicolas.krieger at c-s.fr
Thu Feb 1 04:38:03 EST 2007
Thank's for your answer
----- Original Message -----
From: Matthew Gillen <mgillen at bbn.com>
Date: Monday, January 29, 2007 9:29 pm
Subject: Re: [Spread-users] network configuration
> KRIEGER Nicolas wrote:
> > In fact, there are only two machines who have to communicate. If
> there> is a failure, the reslut is the same for both
> configurations. Is there
> > any advantage of using one configuration than the other with only
> two> machines?
> Well, there is some "steady state" traffic that would be avoided by
> only using
> one daemon. It may have an effect on the predictability of message
> deliverytimes as well (ie the multi-daemon configuration would
> generally take longer
> to deliver messages).
> Both of these points are pretty minor though, unless your apps are
> time-sensitive to the level of 10's of milliseconds. There may be
> some subtle
> changes in the protocols that actually get used on the wire, but it
> shouldn'tbe anything you notice (again, unless you're applications
> are highly sensitive
> to time).
> It should be pretty easy to test both configurations yourself using
> wiresharkor tcpdump or some other packet-dump utility. It
> shouldn't even require any
> application changes to tinker with the daemon config (unless the
> connectstring is hard-coded in your apps).
> Other people may have more detailed knowledge.
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Matthew Gillen <mgillen at bbn.com>
> > Date: Monday, January 29, 2007 5:18 pm
> > Subject: Re: [Spread-users] network configuration
> >> KRIEGER Nicolas wrote:
> >>> Hi,
> >>> I would like to know which of the following configurations is
> >> best.> Is it better to have a spread deamon on each machine
> >> there must be
> >>> a client ? Or only a deamon on one machine and all clients (on
> >> several> machines) access this machine ? All machines are in the
> >> same network.
> >> Depends on whether a single point of failure is acceptable to you.
> >> Matt
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