Re: Configuring two activemqs on docker as primary and secondary
you can use a shared volume between the two docker containers if you use
In the case of a network of brokers, you can't use multicast, so use
static instead with docker IP addresses.
On 24/10/2018 06:58, abhilash128 wrote:
> Iam trying to run two activemqs on docker as one of two is primary and the
> other is secondary. I need to link them both to communicate each other with
> network connectors. Earlier i use to do it by giving Hostname on VMs.
> Could someone please help how to configure this using Docker
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