[erlang-questions] gen_server durable queue

Andrew Berman rexxe98@REDACTED
Tue Jun 26 18:31:20 CEST 2012

Thanks Alex,

I've looked at 0MQ before, but I'm not clear what it provides me over just
using standard Erlang message passing or using something like gproc.  Can
you shed any light on this?



On Mon, Jun 25, 2012 at 11:11 PM, Alex Shneyderman

> > I'm wondering if anyone has done any work on building a gen_server
> > replacement which uses a durable queue.  I'm looking to build a command
> bus
> > and I cannot lose messages if the node goes down.  I was thinking of
> using
> > Rabbit, but it seems like overkill for me and just another component I
> have
> > to worry about.
> Did you look at ZeroMQ? Look at the last reliability pattern, called
> titanic in the
> guide (http://zguide.zeromq.org). 0MQ is a library hence it will not
> seem like an
> overkill. That is of course just one reason to use 0MQ for others read
> the guide,
> it is actually very much worth it.
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