The configuration is quite right, but I see that you are trying to run a
cluster in only one computer, not in various computers (it is desirable in
production). If you would like to do so for development purpose, I
recommend you to copy the zookeeper download in tree folders, one called
zk1, zk2, zk3. All tree must have the same entry for server.*, but with
different clientPort and dataDir values. Something like:
Then go and start each of the server. Now the client connection string
would be "10.44.71.52:2181,10.44.71.52:2182,10.44.71.52:2183".
On Tue, Sep 3, 2013 at 3:19 AM, judesolomonc <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Thanks for the response. In case of distributed servers, the servers
> configured in the configuration file represents a zookeeper server ?
> Consider, I am configuring 3 servers
> All These servers should be like zkserver which you mentioned in your
> previous post ? In that case, how to up a server in clustering mode ? The
> client should still connect to the 2181 port ? what port does 4568,4569 and
> 4567 represent ? There should be a different programs running on these
> ? or the same zookeeper server but a different instance ?
> Jude Solomon
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