using-serf-python

Created: 2014-05-19 03:11
Updated: 2014-05-19 07:02

README.md

Vagrant Serf Demo and serf-python example

This demo provides a very simple Vagrantfile that creates three nodes ("172.20.20.10", "172.20.20.11", "172.20.20.13"). All of these are running a standard Ubuntu 12.04 distribution, and Serf is pre-installed.

Also provided serf-python examples (dependencies also installed)

To get started, you can start the cluster by just doing:

$ vagrant up

Once it is finished, you should be able to see the following:

$ vagrant status
Current machine states:
n1                        running
n2                        running
n3                        running

At this point the three nodes are running and you can SSH in to play with them:

$ vagrant ssh n1
...
$ vagrant ssh n2
...
$ vagrant ssh n3
...

To learn more about starting serf, joining nodes and interacting with the agent, checkout the getting started guide.

More about serf-python at serf-python

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