[zeromq-dev] zeroMQ for resumable file transfer

SIMON BABY simonkbaby at gmail.com
Tue Oct 23 17:21:07 CEST 2018

Thanks a lot Bob. Do we have any sample C++ application client server which
uses Zero MQ?


On Tuesday, October 23, 2018, Bob Eby <ebyrob at gmail.com> wrote:

> > From: SIMON BABY <simonkbaby at gmail.com>
> > Subject: [zeromq-dev] zeroMQ for resumable file transfer
> > Can I know if zeroMQ can be used for file transfer between machines
> sitting
> > at different locations.
> ZeroMQ is a network library for transporting data.  What you do with
> the data in the endpoints you create is up to you.  (ie: saving it as
> file or reading from file etc)
> > Also I would like to know if it support load
> > balancing between interfaces.  That means if I have multiple interfaces
> > between machines, will it uses all the interfaces at the same time to
> > transfer Data ? Do we have a sample code in C++?
> ZeroMQ pretty much corresponds one zmq_connect() call with one
> "socket" connect.  (Not all transports use sockets, but logically it
> still uses this concept)  In practice, this means you'd likely want
> more than one ZMQ socket to use multiple different networks (or
> network adapters) to simultaneously send traffic.  That said, there
> are simple models where you could create a proxy that promoted a
> simple connection on each end to something more like the load
> balancing you're talking about.
> Likely you may want push-pull pattern on the endpoints, with some kind
> of load balancing in the middle.  Perhaps similar to the example in
> the guide for: "Figure 5 - Parallel Pipeline"
> The ZeroMQ guide is here: http://zguide.zeromq.org/page:all
> The guide does a great job explaining possible patterns and
> methodologies for using ZeroMQ.
> Good Luck,
> Bob
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