Thank you for your quick answers. I'll have a look.
On Tue, Apr 27, 2010 at 10:14 AM, Thomas Koch <tho...@koch.ro> wrote:
> David Rouchy:
> > Hi all,
> > We are studying using ZooKeeper to manage configuration across multiple
> > processes & server. What would be also interesting, as ZooKeeper know the
> > list of process running, would be to use it to distribute tasks.
> > We have some long running tasks, so we used multiple servers to process
> > multiple tasks in the same time. My idea would be to use multiple
> > watcher connected to one znode. A process will send data to this node
> > a new task has to be launched. But here is my issue, I would like only
> > watcher to be triggered of this change (a random watcher in the list).
> > there way to do such thing in ZooKeeper?
> > Regards,
> > David Rouchy
> Hi David,
> there's gearman, a client-server system to distribute tasks. I've
> it already two times on this list, so sorry for the repetition. Gearman
> servers and clients are availabe in different implementations that use the
> same protocol and are interchangeable AFAIK.
> If somebody would build a gearman server using Zookeeper, there would be a
> whole ecosystem for ZK for free to conquer!
>  http://gearman.org
> Thomas Koch, http://www.koch.ro