From: Clark C . Evans <cce@cl...> - 2002-03-31 05:59:40
Hello. I've been looking into this topic for a while
and I ran across the Spread project (spread.org). Anyway,
many core Python people are hanging out there so I figure
its probably the best message bus available... at least
the perl/python wrappers are already there. Anyway, I have
no clue how this would fit into WebKit, but I can imagine
rewriting mod_webkit to use spread. And then modify AppServer
to listen for messages on the spread bus... the advantage
is that you could then distribute loads over several servers.
From: Ian Bicking <ianb@co...> - 2002-03-31 08:27:45
On Sun, 2002-03-31 at 00:02, Clark C . Evans wrote:
> Hello. I've been looking into this topic for a while
> and I ran across the Spread project (spread.org).
Do you see any advantage of Spread as compared to simply programming,
perhaps, a round-robin system into mod_webkit/Adapter.py (where it
directs requests to different AppServers)? With the features that
people have mentioned -- mostly just putting the machine in the SID so
that you can use local sessions -- I don't really see any big flaw.
Well, I suppose you need to deal with failures and such... but it should
still be fairly simple, and at that point basically feature-complete.
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