hey folks, for a project we would like to implement the buddy-master and buddy-client feature. The concept for this is clear. But I would like to know, if I have multiple Buddy-Master-Clients, which one would one client try to reach. I dont wont to specify a particular client. So for my hopings, the client will choose the nearest master automatically, is that true?
I think this is the case, but I don’t have it in writing. I know that you can set a max number of connections, so that if 1 TC is full, the others will find another Buddy-update server instead
The Buddyslave will send a broadcast in his own network segment and see which ones responds faster, will check later on if I find something more detailled infos.
and only masters will response if the connection limit is not reached?
nice, this will do the trick, cheers alot
kb.igel.com/igelos-10.05.700/en/buddy-update-23504625.html in case you hadn’t already seen it 🙂
I already did saw the video, but my question was not answered, so I thought to myself, ask the experts 😉
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