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Thread: How is "carte" master (load balancer) work?

  1. #1
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    Default How is "carte" master (load balancer) work?

    Hello, everyone!

    I want to execute my jobs through carte on remote server.
    All of them I send to master (through spoon).
    I'm using default config files from ./pwd: carte-config-8081.xml, carte-config-8082.xml, carte-config-8083.xml, carte-config-8084.xml, carte-config-master-8080.xml.
    I expect, that when I send some jobs to master, it must send them to available unoccupied slaves.

    But what I see, is that jobs seems to be executed only by one process, other seems to be not active.
    Log output goes only from master.

    So, how does "carte" load balancer work? What I missing?

    Please, tell me if my question seems to be unclear.
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    Default pentaho clusterings

    Ok. Now, I think, I can respond to my question.

    I misunderstood the point of carte load balancer from the start.
    It is used for clustering wich is helpfull for operating with big data flows.
    You can find more info by googling 'kettle cluster schemas'.

    Carte masters and slaves are not for simple balancing jobs and transformations as I artlessly though on my first glance.
    Although you can do your own with implementing slaves queue, but its not in-build solution (maybe there is one, but I couldn't find it yet).

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