Never mind, found the solution to this:
val node1testActor = system.actorSelection(node(first) / "system" /
node1testActor ! results
On Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at 3:53:12 PM UTC-7, Evan Chan wrote:
> Hi Hakkers,
> So I'm using MultiNodeSpec to test some Akka Cluster functionality.
> Basically I have a consistent hashing router which hashes based on each
> node's Akka system address, and thus the port number is essentially random.
> Thus from run to run of the test I cannot predict how many messages go to
> a specific node, though the total number of messages across all nodes
> should be constant.
> Is there any facility in the testConductor that would allow me to get a
> value from all the running test nodes? Like if I could send some count
> from the second and third nodes to the test actor of the first node?
> Is the test actor (ImplicitSender) addressable through ActorSelection?
> I'm using 2.3.15.
> Otherwise I'd have to hack my router to return consistent hashes every
> time, which does not simulate reality.
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