[erlang-questions] Serfdom erlang implementation (gossip client)?
Tue Jan 14 11:30:16 CET 2014
On 12. Jänner 2014 at 18:27:46, Max Lapshin (max.lapshin@REDACTED) wrote:
> Mitchell Hashimoto (author of Vagrant and Packer) has another
> project, it
> is serf.
> Serf is an implementation of protocol that maintains cluster
> of nodes.
> Sounds like a replacement to erlang distribution, but it is a
> bit different.
> At first, it doesn't do any magic interconnection with transparent
> Pid and
> message passing to other nodes. It only maintains persistence
> of nodes in a
> more probabilistic manner (UDP pinging).
> Has anyone looked at it? Maybe someone has tried to implement
> I'm interested in this approach because it doesn't require to
> give full
> access to local system for remote user as it happens with erlang
Some interesting papers that might be relevant;
Of the two, scuttlebutt is clearly the better name. YMMV. I know of a
solid nodejs implementation https://github.com/dominictarr/scuttlebutt
but nothing for swim.
Sent from my PDP11
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