[zeromq-dev] .NET Example

Pieter Hintjens ph at imatix.com
Sun Apr 26 16:04:15 CEST 2009

On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 9:07 AM, mitcheloc <mitcheloc at gmail.com> wrote:

> Now you can see the problem if I were to store the file in an outbound queue
> and the server were to lose power. I can't have a file disappear from within
> the system. So in my application some sort of fault tolerant mechanisms
> should be used here.

In fact you could probably write yourself a centralised persistent
queue manager app quite rapidly using 0MQ; the problem can be made
fairly simple.  It gets more complex if you want your queue manager to
be able to fail-over to a backup and not lose messages in transit.

An alternative design that has worked for some people is to add
persistence at the recipient's side, in the framework (so you write it
once and all your apps can use it).


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