[ejabberd] Load balancing and clustering
rduke496 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 25 03:08:12 MSK 2017
Thanks again for your feedback. One final question on this broad topic: if
I had access to a large piece of hardware. Lets sat 64 core with 256GB RAM.
would there be any value add in runing a lot of virtual appliance on that
host each running an ejabberd cluster pool member.
would it be still better to have a single host using all the resources and
a single ejabberd instance?
I'm aware that ejabberd and erlang can use as many cores as you can throw
assuming the single ejabberd was stable I'm struggling to think of a
situation where multiple pool members would be a win. or am I wrong and
does segmenting the hardware into virtual appliances each with a clustered
ejabberd pool member make sense?
I'd appreciate your thoughts on this.
On Wed, Dec 20, 2017 at 12:38 PM, Evgeny Khramtsov <xramtsov at gmail.com>
> Wed, 20 Dec 2017 11:55:36 +0000
> Raoul Duke <rduke496 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'm assuming that terminating SSL is problematic at the load balancer
> > because of STARTTLS? So would it be tcp load balancing with TLS still
> > handled by the pool members?
> It's possible to do Direct-TLS if your clients support XEP-0368:
> > Does anyone have a link (or can paste) a sample haproxy config that
> > you use in front of a cluster? I just don't want to learn lessons
> > the hard way.
> Not sure how fresh this article is, though.
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