[zeromq-dev] Disconnecting from permanently dead endpoints
andrew at research.att.com
Wed Jan 25 18:14:11 CET 2012
if you're doing a PUSH-PULL, and the PUSH side is doing the bind,
then there shouldn't be a problem with the (PULL) clients coming and going.
are you saying there is?
On Jan 25, 2012, at 10:08 AM, Pierre Ynard wrote:
>> if the goal is to move data from source to several sinks,
>> each of which can come and go, then normally the model
>> is a known publisher and an unspecified set of clients getting that data.
>> if data should go to exactly one client, then use PUSH-PULL.
>> if data can or should go to each client, then use PUB-SUB.
>> in both cases, 0mq handles what you want; you needn't worry about teardown etc.
> I'm doing PUSH-PULL, and pulling data from several sources.
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