[zeromq-dev] Help with my router/dealer broker similar to majordomo

Doron Somech somdoron at gmail.com
Sun May 29 13:49:22 CEST 2016

Your backend should be a router (or SERVER socket type) as well (like in
the majordomo), worker can be a dealer. You can now manage a dictionary of
routing ids from frontend to backend.

On Sat, May 28, 2016 at 2:46 AM, Douglas Petican <dpetican at gmail.com> wrote:

> First off I'm really impressed with zeromq.  I've been working with it
> since yesterday and already I can amazing stuff.  Thx for making it.
> I think I'm trying to do something similar to a majordomo pattern, but I
> started with the extended request/reply pattern (router/dealer).  The added
> thing for my app is I dynamically spawn the workers as new client connects
> to the broker.  The point is then to enforce the 1:1 relationship between
> client and worker from then on.  This works, but the broker gets confused
> after the second client connects.  No messages are crossed, but it still
> tries to do fair queueing it seems.  The code and output is long and I've
> already created a stackexchange question for the problem:
> http://stackoverflow.com/questions/37490339/zeromq-router-dealer-broker
> The reason for the 1:1 is that the workers manage serial ports.  The
> comport the client wants to connect to will be in the message.  On the
> client side a list of available ports will be maintained.  I'm hoping its
> something simple and I won't have to go to a full majordomo patter.  Thanks
> :)
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> <-Douglas Petican->
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