Simple and fault-tolerant server spawner for Node.js
sspawn uses node's cluster library to create forked processes of your application. When an error occurs, well, it's catched in a domain. Basically, your worker will crash but it will be recreated in seconds while the others continues processing requests.
So when uncatched and critical errors occurs, your node server continues working.
There's also a slight performance boost. Two synchronous tasks can run in parallel now. It's like a super-lightweight unicorn-like server for node.
npm install sspawn
// Given a server (node http module, express, restify, ...)var server = ...;// Require sspawn to create a Spawner instance, pass it the server, the port and the optionsvar spawner = ;// Spawn !spawnerstart;
Create a spawner based on a server on port 8000 and logging to console
Pass a port
Add one of those options:
loggerYour logger (ex: console or winston)
portThe port, again
workersHow many workers do you want to spawn ?
Pass directly the options
Start the spawner