[zeromq-dev] [ZeroMQ] Advises using 0MQ

Eloi Du Bois eloi.du.bois at gmail.com
Fri Mar 11 12:38:03 CET 2011


Hi Pieter,

That is what I am actually doing, but I just wanted to get some advises
from experienced users that you are.
I think the problem I need to solve may need more experience than reading
the manual...

Anyway, thank you for your response and congratulation for this wonderfull
library.

-Eloi.

2011/3/11 Pieter Hintjens <ph at imatix.com>

> Hi Eloi,
>
> You should start by reading the Guide, at http://zero.mq/zg. It will
> take you a day or two to work through it.  After that, it'll be much
> clearer how to build your architecture.
>
> Regards
> --
> Pieter Hintjens
> iMatix
>
>
> On Fri, Mar 11, 2011 at 11:52 AM, Eloi Du Bois <eloi.du.bois at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I would like to have good advises on 0MQ use.
> > My problem is that I would like to make a software that is quite the same
> as
> > Google Documents, but which can work offline...
> > I have no idea on the best way to do that, but I think that by using
> ZeroMQ,
> > I am on the good way.
> > The different needs are:
> > 1 - Real time synchronism between all clients (when somebody write
> > something, every clients gets modifications at the same time on the
> > document).
> > 2 - Dealing with general network failure (when the network connection is
> > broken, when the reconnection occurs, clients must be synchronized
> again).
> > 3 - Dealing with partial network failure (when a client has a connection
> > failure, but other client still synchronized, the broken client must be
> > synchronized again at the reconnection).
> > 4 - Holding hundred users at the same time.
> > 5 - High reliability (no slow down, document desynchronism, etc...).
> > I have no idea of what is the best architecture...
> > I thought of this distributed architecture:
> > Everybody is a client receiving message from each others.
> > In detail, in those clients, there can be (or not) a database specialized
> > client that should actually be used to store/backup the received
> documents
> > changes (and manage with documents versions).
> > Before I start something, I would appreciate any recommendation (at any
> > detail level).
> > Note that I have never used 0MQ.
> > Thank you in advance,
> > Eloi du Bois.
> >
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