EDA, SOA and EP in the Blogosphere

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EDA, SOA and EP in the Blogosphere

Tim Bass
Thu, 27 Sep 2007 21:41:15 +0000
My dear EPRAWG co-chair and leading event processing community builder Opher Etzion, added to the chorus of my recent post, EDA is EDA. SOA is SOA. with More on EDA is EDA and SOA is SOA. Opher correctly elaborates that event processing can be event driven, as in EDA; or event processing can be request-reply driven, as in SOA and similar request-reply architectures.
Now, if I could just convince all my fellow CEP and EP bloggers to turn on trackbacks and pingbacks so we could benefit from the core sense of community that blogs offer! TIBCO’s CEP blog does not respond to trackbacks and pingbacks; so this isolates their posts from the true benefit of the blogosphere. Opher’s blog is not responding to pingbacks and trackbacks either.
So, I kindly ask all my friends in the CEP/EP community to take a moment to insure that their trackbacks are working, so we can benefit from building the CEP/EP blogosphere as a community.
In closing, I think I speak for everyone in our community when I say that we greatly miss the leadership and insight of our good friend Mark Palmer in the blogosphere - and we wish him the very best and look forward to his future posts and collaboration!



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named-xfer(8)						      System Manager's Manual						     named-xfer(8)

NAME
named-xfer - Pulls BIND zones from another server SYNOPSIS
/usr/sbin/named-xfer -z zone_to_transfer -f db_file -s serial_no [-d debug_level] [-l debug_log_file] [-t trace_file] [-p port] [-S] servers... OPTIONS
Specifies the name of the BIND zone for the named-xfer daemon to transfer, for example, dec.com. This option is required to pull a zone. Specifies the name of the file into which the pulled zone information is placed. This option is required to pull a zone. Specifies the current serial number of the SOA record for the zone zone_to_transfer. If serial_no is set to 0, the zone is always pulled. This option is required to pull a zone. Sets the debug level and determines the amount of debug information to be displayed. Specifies the file that will contain any debug messages from the zone pull. Specifies the file that will contain a trace from the zone pull. Specifies the port that will be used instead of the default name server port listed in /etc/services. Performs a restricted transfer of only the SOA, NS records and glue A records for the zone. The SOA record is not loaded by named, but is used to determine when to verify the NS records. See named(8) for more information. Specifies a list of Internet addresses, in dotted-quad format, from which to pull a zone. If the first host cannot be reached, the named transfer daemon tries to pull the zone from the next host listed. DESCRIPTION
The named transfer daemon, /usr/sbin/named-xfer, is a server that is usually run by the named daemon, /usr/sbin/named, but it can also be run manually with the given arguments. The named transfer daemon runs on a BIND secondary server and pulls BIND zones from a primary server. This daemon is not run by default, nor can it be started up from inetd(8). SEE ALSO
Commands: named(8) Files: resolver(4), services(4) named-xfer(8)

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