Re: Configuring two activemqs on docker as primary and secondary
Thanks for your input guys,
I posted this question on docker discussion forum as well. I got below
1.Your best bet would be to change the file in a new docker image. Without
being able to do that you could use a volume and mount in your changes.
I’m sure (most of) the configuration can be set by environment variables.
Have you looked into this?
2.One other option would be to use a StatefulSet since their pod identity is
predictable. rabbitmq-0 could be primary with rabbitmq-1 could be secondary.
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