[Red5] Terracotta + Red5
spam at electroteque.org
Fri May 18 05:52:19 EDT 2007
I think i hit a wall already, in this integration examples it says to
load an application context file , im assuming its the red5-web.xml for
each webapp, however all the bean id's are named the same ie
web.handler, i took a look at the war configs and they are named
differently, still not sure what to put in here
Dan Rossi wrote:
> Ok damn, just checked out the samples and seems like its going to take a
> while to learn to integrate with spring, in a standalone and tomcat
> situation. Ill just continue on this custom stats logging and come back
> to it :)
> Dan Rossi wrote:
>> Hi Im going to be looking at this scenario very shortly, however does
>> this setup have its own caching and RMI mechanisms , or will I still be
>> using the internal one setup in red5. What is the benefits of using
>> something like this with tomcat as oppose to stand alone ? I do find it
>> a PIA to make the updates i need, where a war file into tomcat is so
>> much simpler just to update the server and applications.
>> From looking at the demonstration video, im curious to know if its
>> going to be possible for red5 apps to share the same published names.
>> Ie, publish a broadcast to our load balancer ip which chooses a server
>> and then starts archiving to our SAN, and then the subscribers are also
>> connected to the load balancer, and when a broadcast has happened, all
>> connected clients will get the call being sent from the application to
>> switch to the stream. This would be most interesting to see if its possible.
>> Let me know what others may be doing with it.
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