Depending on your application, it might be good to simply hash the node name
to decide which ZK cluster to put it on.
Also, a scalable key value store like Voldemort or Cassandra might be more
appropriate for your application. Unless you need the hard-core guarantees
of ZK, they can be better for large scale storage.
On Sat, Jul 24, 2010 at 7:30 AM, Maarten Koopmans <maar...@vrijheid.net>wrote:
> I have a number of nodes that will grow larger than one cluster can hold,
> so I am looking for a way to efficiently stack clusters. One way is to have
> a zookeeper node "symlink" to another cluster.
> Has anybody ever done that and some tips, or alternative approaches?
> Currently I use Scala, and traverse zookeeper trees by proper tail
> recursion, so adapting the tail recursion to process "symlinks" would be my
> Bst, Maarten