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Bob Feldbauer bob at completefusion.com
Sat Feb 19 16:45:41 EST 2011


Also, if you want to use protobufs instead of REST with HAProxy, just 
setup your HAProxy configuration with something like the following:

listen riak 192.168.1.1:8087
         server servername1 192.168.1.2:8087 weight 1 maxconn 1000
         server servername2 192.168.1.3:8087 weight 1 maxconn 1000
         server servername3 192.168.1.4:8087 weight 1 maxconn 1000

(where 192.168.1.1 is the HAProxy server IP, servername1 and 192.168.1.2 
is the first Riak node, etc.)

- Bob Feldbauer

On 2/19/2011 7:36 AM, Jeremiah Peschka wrote:
> You could use HAProxy to handle the load balancing: 
> http://buffered.io/2010/09/12/webmachine-erlydtl-and-riak-part-2/
>
> -- 
> Jeremiah Peschka
> Microsoft SQL Server MVP
> MCITP: Database Developer, DBA
>
> On Saturday, February 19, 2011 at 7:19 AM, Mike Stoddart wrote:
>
>> The Python client connects to one specific node. The downside to this 
>> is that the client has to have knowledge of the node and the node has 
>> to be up. If that pre-configured node goes down the client is stuck.
>>
>> What options are there for letting a client connect to the cluster 
>> through any node?
>>
>> Thanks
>> Mike
>>
>> -- Sent from my Palm Pre
>>
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