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Gemfire, RabbitMQ on Grails in CloudFoundry

From: user 3.
Sent on: Friday, August 19, 2011 7:24 AM
Hi All

I hope you enjoyed the Springsource Developer day on Tuesday - I
certainly got a lot from it and received good feedback from everyone
on the day.

Thanks to Vmware/Springsource for putting it on - I really look
forward to more events like this.

On a technical note I had a little go at creating an application that
encompassed most of the things from the day, I managed to very easily
create a Grails application that uses Gemfire and RabbitMQ and then
deployed to CloudFoundry. Was extremely easy in the end and am quite
blown away on how little configuration (close to zero in fact) I had
to do.

I did come across one problem with Gemfire (just running in peer-peer
mode using the plugin alone) and apparently this is related to running
on Ubuntu 11.04 (possibly an IPV6 thing). If you get an error
something like this:

bad argument for IP_MULTICAST_IF: address not bound to any interface

Just add:

grails.gemfire.serve­rs = {
    myServer {
        properties = ['bind-address': '127.0.0.1']
    }
}

to your Config.groovy as a workaround. Hopefully this will get fixed
later, but for the moment this solves the problem.

Anyway - I'll get the example into a state where it does something
useful and post it to bitbucket and write up a blog as a resource for
the group.

Regards
Steve

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