[Bamboo-Users] storing objects in bamboo
bomml_99 at yahoo.de
Sat Jul 22 11:17:48 PDT 2006
thanks for the quick answer..
The reasin why I cannot use openDHT is because I want to do the nodes some logic. For example when someone looks for an key/value-pair, the node which owns the pair should connect the client which made the entry and check wheter the entry is still valid.
Annother probem I had: The vis vizulaisation tool doesn't show me the local nodes as written in the user's guide, but over 150 other nodes, the planetlab I guess. I start it with
bin/run-java bamboo.vis.Vis http://localhost:3631
But obviously vis does't care about the locahost ,because if I cut my internet connection, no nodes are shown.
Sean Rhea <srhea at MIT.EDU> schrieb: On Jul 19, 2006, at 4:07 PM, bomml wrote:
> I want to build a system, that can locate services and I want to
> use my own dht for location process. but therefore it is necessary,
> that i do not only store simple key/value-pairs in the dht, but the
> value should be a object.
> in this object i would store the service description and the host
> where the service is offered.
> di you think it is possible to expand the bamboo source for this
> i read all the users and programmers guides and i am not quite sure...
You shouldn't have to change the Bamboo source at all. You can store
whatever you want in the value of a key-value pair, including a
service description and server IP address. In fact, you don't even
need to run your own DHT; you can use OpenDHT, instead:
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