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From Stefan Groschupf>
Subject Re: jms
Date Tue, 27 Sep 2005 09:58:26 GMT
Nutch comes with a own rpc implementation that is very lightweight  
and fast - much faster than jms.
Beside that the distribution of tasks is down via map reduce so there  
is no need for jms.
However I heard that helix people plan to use jms.


Am 27.09.2005 um 09:53 schrieb Earl Cahill:

> I am starting to dive into jms (particularly openjms),
> for another project and just wondering if there have
> been thoughts of doing the distributed work via some
> jms means.  It could be that there is jms in there
> somewhere, but in searching the mail archive I found
> no references.
> I finished some preliminary work and now am more ready
> to start to index a few hundred thousand pages, so I
> decided to dive into the code a bit.  Not very deep
> yet, but it seems like that any level that plans on
> being distributed, jms would be useful.  I also know
> that jms would add a little complexity to the process,
> but in my head, and with my limited knowledge of the
> nutch code base, jms could allow for near instant
> distribution and nearly guarantees clean code.
> I do notice some binary files match my
> ~/nutch/branches/mapred $ grep -rsi jms *
> so, it could be that carrot or the like utilizes jms.
> Just throwing it out there.
> Earl
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