distributed-process node https://github.com/ciez/raketka
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* basic distributed-process node * configurable peers Begin reading at Control.Distributed.Raketka.Type.Arg see also: * [parconc-examples](https://hackage.haskell.org/package/parconc-examples) * [haskell-distributed tutorials](http://haskell-distributed.github.io/tutorials/1ch.html) This library: functionality: * start nodes * connect them with each other * exchanges pings with other nodes which are expected to pong back * received pings & pongs are output to stdout * when 1 node is disconnected or stops, the other nodes stdout notifications about this may be extended however you are most likely to write your own code that does much more. is simple on purpose, does only a few things which seem to be common in distributed arch To start the program that comes with this library: start the same program in multiple consoles: 1 per node 2 args are expected: 1. path to config.json (see test-conf.json) 2. idx of this node in the cluster: 0 .. (length Cluster -1)
fix broken build. Reason: missing -main-is ghc-option
fix broken build. Reason: API change in dependency network-transport-tcp split Main to 2 funs
change common state from TVar s to s pass init common state
add custom state to Server peer state type is a configurable param note : package build may fail due to version clash between aeson, vector, primitive packages https://github.com/ciez/vector is a patched version of vector-0.11.0.0 I do not claim to have any knowledge about vector package workings. Did basic refactoring: moved some code to a different module and followed some GHC suggestions. It builds and it works with raketka.
start multiple nodes on start nodes ping suggested (in config) nodes - which pong back - and establish monitored connections