> Is a minute a reasonable upper bound for most clusters?
I have no numbers and I'm sure this differs depending on how large your
cluster is. We have a small cluster of around 12 nodes and I statuses
generally propagate in under 5 seconds for sure. So, it will definitely be
less than 1 minute.
On Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 8:49 PM jerome <jeromefroel...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> I was curious if anyone had any kind of statistics or ballpark figures on
> how long it takes information to propagate through a cluster with Gossip?
> I'm particularly interested in how fast information about the liveness of a
> node spreads. For example, in an n-node cluster the median amount of time
> it takes for all nodes to learn that a node went down is f(n) seconds. Is a
> minute a reasonable upper bound for most clusters? Too high, too low?
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