On 31/10/11 09:58, ?? wrote:
1.As we know, a cluster may have two types of node:ram and disc. When I
have only one broker and one node, what is the type of this node? ram or
disk? Disc.
I type cluster_status command at the terminal:

[root at test ~]# rabbitmqctl cluster_status
Cluster status of node rabbit at test ...
[{nodes,[{disc,[rabbit at test]}]},{running_nodes,[rabbit at test]}]
...done.

it shows that the node is "disc". so, is it means that the only one node
has the type of 'disc'?Can it be changed to 'ram'?if yes,how?
You can't convert a single node directly to a ram node, since that's
unlikely to be what most people want - shut down the node and you've
lost everything. You could probably do this by creating a cluster with
one disc and one ram node, then removing the disc node.
2.If a rabbitmq cluster has a number of nodes, such as test1 at test,
test2 at test, test3 at test...so how can i visit the cluster by java client api?
i know the way to connect a broker by method "setHost(String host)".if I
need to connect to a cluster,i just use this method and set the argument
to the ip address of one node in the cluster, is it ok? If not ,any
other solutions?
Yes, you can connect to any node in the cluster.

Cheers, Simon

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Simon MacMullen
RabbitMQ, VMware

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