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On-prem load balancing and Remove Events

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Continuing on thread https://world.optimizely.com/forum/developer-forum/cms-12/thread-container/2022/10/handle-events-listener-in-a-load-balanced-environment/ 

About Content Events Mass-Transit and Stefan Olsens solution I am a little bit lost. 

I wish to end up with the solution that Master-server (with the CMS UI) tells the Slaves to flush or update cache whenever there is a content change.

Is all I have to do is to apply Content Events Mass-Transit but using Stefans Event Provider (UdpMulticastEventProvider) instead?  

Thanks in advance.

#316445
Jan 31, 2024 16:00
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No you don't. you need just one of them - they are all event providers - each utilizing a different underlying mechanism for message transport 

#316482
Feb 01, 2024 7:32
Jonas Boman - Feb 01, 2024 10:53
Thanks; whats the best way to test if events are being sent and recieved?
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Simplest way to test is to edit a content in one instance and view it on another instance. the change should be seen (i.e. cache invalidation messages were sent through) 

#316491
Feb 01, 2024 11:06
Jonas Boman - Feb 01, 2024 16:35
Understood, and how would I go about to finding out why, if that is not the case?
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@quan So applying Stefan Olsens solution and setting up the IP and ports is all I would have to do to ?

#316866
Feb 08, 2024 14:20
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There are two settings you need to do

  • setup Optimizely to use your (custom) event provider
  • setup your custom event provider so it can send and receive messages over network

I'm not quite sure about (2), but if that's what in the documentation, yes. 

#316867
Feb 08, 2024 14:40
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