[jboss-user] [JBoss Messaging] - Re: JBM 2.0 Clustering
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Thu Jun 12 13:11:57 EDT 2008
Are these nodes on a local or remote network?
For Clustering on 1.4, we are using JGroups to find the participant nodes.
The way our clustering currently works is, JGroups is used to establish the members of the cluster, and we then create regular Consumers between the nodes controlling the load balancing between them.
It is possible to configure JGroups on TCP and do some other stuff, but all the tests we have done with Clustering were basically on a local network, using UDPs and JGroups.
I'm not sure yet if that will still be the case for JBM 2, and we can certainly take your needs on the design considerations.
The bridge would be more or less the same thing, but more appropriate for remote clients. Thinking for example if your application is a Point of Sale where you don't have direct connections to the other members all the time.
The problem with JBM 1.4 is the Embed Support you need. We have cleaned a lot of the dependencies on JBM 2, what would make your life easier on instantiating the POJOs. For JBM 1.4 we simply don't support the embed as it would be too hacky doing it.
You could prototype with JBM 1.4 if you don't use the embedding.
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