The DEAs are responsible for broadcasting the routes for the apps they are
running. I can't think of why an hm9000 problem would cause routes to get
lost, unless there was some problem with NATS itself.
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On Wed, Sep 16, 2015 at 1:37 AM, Sylvain FAUVE <sylvain.fauve(a)sap.com>
My team was working on solving inconsistencies issue on etcd jobs, and
realized that two hm9000 jobs were running at same time.
When fixing this, we experienced route loss to our apps (then restage apps
As far as I could read/understand there is no direct communication between
router and hm9000...
Router is getting info from NATS, and NATS gets it from ...? hm9000 ?
I wonder which component is sending routes update to the router to keep
them alive ?
Thank you for your help