I am completely clueless about what you are asking here.
Can you be a bit more explicit?
- do you mean that you want to increase the number of threads in the
- do you mean that you want to increase the number of listeners?
- what do you mean by load? Load on Zookeeper? Load on each of the
listeners? Load on one of the listeners? Load across all of the
listeners? Maximum load on any one?
Control and central configuration of a server farm is not an unusual use
On Mon, Jan 30, 2012 at 9:13 PM, Mohan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
> As a new user I was trying to understand how a farm of threaded listeners
> have their threads bumped up based on load using zookeeper. Is this a
> conventional usecase for zookeeper ?
> I understand that it involves programming zookeeper. I read that zookeeper
> is designed for reads rather than writes. Can I not stream load information
> - bytes or messages received by listeners- to the zookeeper server
> continuosly ?
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