Redis backend engine for Faye with support for sharding
This plugin provides a Redis-based backend for the Faye messaging server. It allows a single Faye service to be distributed across many front-end web servers by storing state and routing messages through a Redis database server.
In addition to the normal faye-redis engine, faye-redis-sharded provides the ability to split keys across multiple redis servers via consistent hashing, and even supports publishes to different redis server clusters.
npm install faye-redis-sharded
Pass in the engine and any settings you need when setting up your Faye server.
var faye = require'faye'redis = require'faye-redis-sharded'http = require'http';var server = httpcreateServer;var bayeux =mount: '/'timeout: 25engine:type: redishosts: 'redis-server-1:6397''redis-server-1:6380' 'redis-server-2:6379'// more options;bayeuxattachserver;serverlisten8000;
The full list of settings is as follows.
The shards option can take two forms:
// a flat array -- each member of the array will be a redis instance to connect tovar shards =shardName: 'redis-1' // unique shard name used for consistent hashing -- if not supplied, will default to "host + ':' + port"host: 'redis-server-1.example.com' // requiredport: 6397 // requiredpassword: 'password' // optionaldatabase: 0 // optionalshardName: 'redis-2'host: 'redis-server-2.example.com'port: 6398;// an array of arrays -- the first nested array will be treated as the "primary" shard cluster// all nested arrays after the first one will be treated as "secondary" clusters and will only receive publishes// this version is useful if you have Faye running in multiple datacenters and publishes must be pushed to bothvar shards =// primary shardhost: 'datacenter1-redis.example.com'port: 6397host: 'datacenter1-redis.example.com'port: 6398// secondary shardhost: 'datacenter2-redis.example.com'port: 6397host: 'datacenter2-redis.example.com'port: 6398// secondary shardhost: 'datacenter3-redis.example.com'port: 6397host: 'datacenter3-redis.example.com'port: 6398;
The default Shard Manager uses consistent hashing using MurmurHash3 to hash the key. In most cases, the key lookup will be performed using a clientId when available instead of the actual redis key value. This is done to be able to maintain a client list per redis server so that the client list does not become a hot spot on one server.
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