Tuesday July 26, 2011

[Time] NameMessage
[00:47] auser1 hey hey
[00:48] auser1 I can't seem to install 0mq on osx
[00:51] auser1 brew install zeromq only leads to errors:
[00:58] auser1 anyone around?
[09:40] CIA-32 libzmq: 03Martin Sustrik 07master * r9119b4f 10/ (17 files): TCP transport classes simplified ...
[10:22] CIA-32 libzmq: 03Martin Sustrik 07master * r9906c65 10/ .gitignore : Outdated entries removed from .gitignore ...
[12:17] sustrik mikko: hi, are you there?
[12:17] mikko yes
[12:18] sustrik how do i specify that i want to link with a specific library?
[12:18] sustrik in autotools
[12:19] sustrik there's AC_CHECK_LIB macro
[12:19] sustrik does it only check or does it link as well?
[12:19] mikko AC_CHECK_LIB
[12:19] sustrik ok
[12:19] mikko If action-if-found is not specified, the default action prepends -llibrary to LIBS and defines ‘HAVE_LIBlibrary’ (in all capitals).
[12:20] sustrik i see
[12:20] sustrik thanks
[12:20] mikko np
[16:37] CIA-32 libzmq: 03Martin Sustrik 07vtcp * r279302c 10/ (8 files in 2 dirs): Experimental VTCP listener added ...
[20:48] Guest30510 Quick question about the concurrent client sockets
[20:49] Guest30510 correction - "concurrent clients"
[20:49] Guest30510 Should every concurrent client have its own socket? Any mechanisms to reuse the same socket?
[20:50] Guest30510 Let's say I have a servlet in Tomcat, which invokes zeromq-enabled component
[20:50] Guest30510 Should I create a separate XREQ socket with a new connection in every servlet instance?
[20:51] Guest30510 We will end up with numerous opened sockets then
[21:02] CIA-32 libzmq: 03Martin Sustrik 07vtcp * r258e7e6 10/ (.gitignore src/ src/tcp_connecter.cpp): Code cleanup ...
[21:02] CIA-32 libzmq: 03Martin Sustrik 07vtcp * rd7319de 10/ (6 files): First version of vtcp_connecter added ...
[21:39] nick greetings all
[21:39] sustrik hi
[21:52] Guest20119 I'm trying to send messages from couple web servers to a single service box, and was wondering what you guys to do to check that the messages actually got delivered
[21:54] Guest20119 the key is that the web servers can't be slowed down if the service box is unavailable (i'll add redundancy later)
[22:06] cremes Guest20119: this kind of reliability pattern (you need an ack) is covered in the guide:
[22:06] cremes you essentially need to use ROUTER/DEALER pair, send with ZM_NOBLOCK on the webserver
[22:06] cremes and poll for a response using zmq_poll()
[22:06] cremes it's in the guide complete with code
[23:47] fredix anyone ?
[23:57] Seta00 fredix: can you repeat your question? I wasnt here and the IRC logs are not real time :/
[23:58] fredix Seta00: nevermind