Hi Mahadev, I'd love to but I don't have access to server class machines at
Let me see if I can squeeze in some time to get something to run on EC2. I
need to learn how to do that first. Will certainly let you know if/when I
can get this done in my personal time.
So far, all I've done with ZK is this
http://javaforu.blogspot.com/2010/07/weekend-at-zookeeper.html. i.e run a
On Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 6:54 AM, Mahadev Konar [via zookeeper-user] <
> Hi Ashwin,
> We have seen people wanting to have something like ZooKeeper without the
> reliability of permanent storage and are willing to work with loosened
> guarantees of current Zookeeper. What you mention on log files is certainly
> a valid use case.
> It would be great to see how much throughput you will be able to get in
> a scenario wherein we never log onto a permanent store. Do you want to try
> this out and see what kind of throughput difference you can get?
> On 7/19/10 8:35 PM, "Ashwin Jayaprakash" <[hidden
> > Cool. I've only tried the single node server so far. I didn't know it
> > sync from other senior servers.
> > Server/Cluster addresses: I read somewhere in the docs/todo list that the
> > bootstrap server list for the clients should be the same. So, what
> > when a new replacement server has to be brought in on a different
> > IP/hostname? Do the older clients autodetect the new server or is this
> > supported? I suppose not.
> > Log files: I have absolutely no confusion between ZK and databases (very
> > tempting tho'), but running ZK servers without log files does not seem
> > unusual. Especially since you said new servers can sync directly from
> > servers without relying on log files. In that case, I'm curious to see
> > happens if you just redirect log files to /dev/null. Anyone tried this?
> > Regards,
> > Ashwin Jayaprakash.
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