[Spread-users] Spread Configuration

Mark Blackman mark at exonetric.com
Fri Jun 1 04:09:09 EDT 2007

On 31 May 2007, at 17:42, John Schultz wrote:

> On Thu, 31 May 2007, Mark Blackman wrote:
>> I wonder if you could elucidate on which cases you might ever wish  
>> to have a production system client *not* talk to a local daemon.  
>> I.e. in general, should you always have one local daemon per  
>> client machine in the best case?
> Yes, the best case is to have a daemon on every machine where there  
> are clients and to have the clients connect to their local daemon.
> Sometimes though this is not possible in a deployment because  
> Spread has fairly stringent limits on the #'s (30-40) of daemons  
> that can be supported within a configuration.  In such a case, it  
> may make sense to limit the number of daemons and to have clients  
> make remote connections to those daemons.  The performance will be  
> less than optimal but this at least allows the system to function  
> where it might otherwise not.
> Cheers!

Thanks for confirming.

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