running a replicated Orber service

Niclas Eklund nick@REDACTED
Mon Mar 22 13:19:01 CET 2004


It's described in Orber's User's Guide (chapter 5.1.4 & 5.1.5). See:

You should also check out orber:add_node/2 and orber:remove_node/1.

When starting Orber, the NameService is activated automatically.


On Mon, 22 Mar 2004, Dave Love wrote:

> I want to get a replicated CORBA name service going on two or three
> Unix boxes to replace a Java single point of (continual) failure, and
> I need to get it going (with Orber) quickly and simply.
> I'm new to using OTP and I haven't found any examples of that sort of
> thing (starting nodes in arbitrary order from init scripts and having
> them sort themselves out to provide the replication).  I'm sure I can
> program it, but it seems likely to be done commonly, and I'd be
> grateful for pointers to code or detailed recipes.  I'm happy to
> contribute an example/howto if one doesn't already exist.

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