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Various configurations

There are limitations as to how the daemon can be setup in different configurations. The basic principle is one daemon per database and it can be summarized like this:

  • One server - one eZ Publish installation - one database - one daemon: In this configuration there should be one daemon monitoring one publishing queue. 
  • One server - separate eZ Publish installations - separate databases - one daemon per database: In this configuration there should be one daemon per database. Each daemon is started by a separate script in /etc/init.d/ 
  • Several servers - one eZ Publish installation - one database - one daemon: In a clustered configuration there can only be one daemon set up on one of the servers. One publishing queue, one daemon.

Geir Arne Waaler (19/01/2011 2:02 pm)

Geir Arne Waaler (19/01/2011 2:02 pm)


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