- To run this set up, you need a minimum of one CPU with 2 cores. It is recommended to have a CPU with four cores. A four cores, and a total memory of 4GB is required.
- Two binary packs of WSO2 SP must be available.
A working RDBMS instance to be used for clustering of the 2 nodes.
Support for other databases was released with WSO2 SP 4.0.0, Update 8. It is included in this SP release as well as subsequent releases.
For more information about updating WSO2 Stream Processor, see Updating WSO2 Products.
- The datasource to be shared by the nodes in the cluster must be already defined in the
- Download the MySQL connector from here. Extract and find the
mysql-connector-java-5.*.*-bin.jar.Drop the jar to the
<SP_HOME>/libdirectory in both nodes.
- In order to retrieve the state of the Siddhi Applications deployed in the system in case of a scenario where both the nodes fail, state persistence must be enabled for both nodes by specifying the same datasource/file location. For detailed instructions, see Configuring Database and File System State Persistence.
- A Siddhi client must be available to publish events to both the nodes in a synchronized manner where publishing of events is not stopped when one receiver node goes down.