Setting up my Riak architecture
guido.medina at temetra.com
Wed Jul 24 09:15:53 EDT 2013
Riak is a multi-master database, your client will create a connection
pool to all nodes in the cluster.
For production it is recommended at least 5 nodes in the cluster, to get
started, I guess you should first read some documentation, here is some
that can help you:
Start with the section /"Riak for Operators"/ and once you are
comfortable, jump to /"Riak for Developers"/
On 24/07/13 13:51, prog112 wrote:
> I'm currently developing my database relationships with my other server
> applications and I'm having a hard time figuring out how to approach it.
> Here's what I'm wondering about:
> 1) How does accessing Riak really work? Currently I'm having one machine
> with all my tools (Riak, master server, dynamic game server instnaces) on
> it. My database is set up on 127.0.0.1 in /etc/riak/app.config does it mean
> it can only be accessed from localhost?
> 2) Say later on I'm going to have more seperate machines to run my game
> server nodes. My game servers do require to get some info about players from
> the database. Should I connect to database directly from those game servers
> instances or should I do it via master server? Won't master server get too
> much traffic then though? How can I connect to database from my game servers
> anyway if they're at separate machines?
> What do you guys think? All feedback will be very appreciated.
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