[Twisted-Python] Multi-reactor architecture

vitaly at synapticvision.com vitaly at synapticvision.com
Thu Nov 12 13:53:54 EST 2009

You right, distributed systems architecture.

Probably I need to rephrase my question more precisely: how to build  
distributed system architecture with Twisted technology only ?

As you mentioned, even reverse proxy could be a another twisted process.

Quoting "Reza Lotun" <rlotun at gmail.com>:

>> How reverse proxy knows to balance between couple of twistd processes?
>> Do you have may be an example(or doc link) of such proxy that can
>> distributing connections to each twistd process?
> This is a classic distributed systems architecture. A reverse proxy
> can either something like haproxy, nginx, apache, perlbal or whatever
> (even another twisted process). The twistd processes can be seen as
> simply other machines on a LAN - instead they all have the
><port> where the port is different for each process. I don't
> have a more comprehensive example, but there are many many examples of
> reverse proxying servers all over the place - google "nginx reverse
> proxy" for many examples.
> Hope that helps.
> Reza
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