[Spread-users] Membership message vs regular message
Yanchao.Guo at sac.com
Fri Feb 19 05:34:29 EST 2010
Thanks Yair. Some comments:
1: So you are saying that if the group_membership is set to 1, then the
publisher don't have to join the group to receive the membership
2: I depoly my server outside my LAN and client inside my LAN. To test
the failure detection, I tried two things:
a: pull out the network cable from the machine that my client is
running on. In this case, both server and client is not able to receive
any notification, but we I put in the cable, I received all the messages
published in that interval;
b: I reset the gateway of my LAN. In this case, client doesn't
receive any notification. I can't check my server as I lost all ssh
In both cases, do you expect spread to detect the failure? In
general, how to track the failure? I am tracking the
Is_caused_network_mess messsage, is that the right way?
From: Yair Amir [mailto:yairamir at cs.jhu.edu]
Sent: Friday, February 19, 2010 5:46 PM
To: Guo, Yanchao
Cc: spread-users at lists.spread.org
Subject: Re: [Spread-users] Membership message vs regular message
If you have only a single publisher you can use the self-discard flag
and then publisher will not receive its own messages.
If you have more than one publisher, you can maintain a second group
where publishers as well as receivers join (but no message is sent) to
keep track of the membership of the main group.
Also - I think there is a slight inaccuracy in previous posts - Spread
will detect failures even if you are not sending traffic if you run a
daemon on the failed (or partitioned) machine and connect locally.
My understanding is that he only case where Spread does not immediately
detect a failure is in certain setups where you have a client that
connects to Spread remotely via TCP (with a remote daemon) and the
client machine is partitioned.
This is a TCP/socket issue rather than a Spread issue.
On 2/19/10 2:29 AM, Guo, Yanchao wrote:
> Hi all, for my publisher application, I want it got notification when
> some listeners joined the group. To do that, my publisher application
> have to join the same group and receive messages. But the message the
> publisher receives include both membership message and regular
> How can I configure my publisher application to only receive
> membership messages?
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