[zeromq-dev] TIBRV Replacement Case

Jarred Ward jarred at webriots.com
Thu Apr 8 20:30:08 CEST 2010


I have a tibrv app that I'm potentially looking to replace with zeromq.

Could you guys help me figure out how I could accomplish this use case?

Zeromq will be used to route logging information to a central repository.

Here's how I use tibrv:

- a rendezvous daemon runs on each application server
- applications on the server publish to the local rendezvous daemon
- the local daemon then pushes those messages to a set of fault tolerant
subscribers on machines dedicated to persisting the data to a database (each
message is received only once)

Here's what I'm looking for:

- each application on an app server that publishes message needs to be
unaffected by network conditions (zmq_queue on each server?)
- the subscriber application needs to be spread redundantly across multiple
machines -- messages to be received once in a load balanced fashion across
subscribers

I'd like some specifics on how I would actually do this (xreq, noblock,
zmq_queue, etc?). Once I can get up to speed I can hopefully contribute to
the project in some way.

Thanks in advanced for your help...
Jarred
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