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Apr 2016
Kris Schepers
@schepersk
Apr 22 2016 07:06
@Horusiath I see.. I thought I could avoid creating another custom plugin..
Kris Schepers
@schepersk
Apr 22 2016 08:27
@Horusiath Also, inheriting from Akka.Persistence.SqlServer.Journal.SqlServerJournal, Akka.Persistence.SqlServer won't work because you can't replace the SqlServerJournalEngine where the settings are loaded..
Kris Schepers
@schepersk
Apr 22 2016 08:37
Or am I missing something here?
Kris Schepers
@schepersk
Apr 22 2016 09:15
@Horusiath Maybe I should also mention I want to use 2 flavours of sql-server persistence, one for the aggregate event stream, and another one for sharding persistence..
Vagif Abilov
@object
Apr 22 2016 09:31
@Horusiath I agree with your remarks about my PR (#1900). Should I submit a new PR and close this one or there is another way?
Marc Piechura
@marcpiechura
Apr 22 2016 09:39
@object you can change and push to your branch as you did before, this updates the PR automatically
no need for a new PR
Vagif Abilov
@object
Apr 22 2016 09:39
@Silv3rcircl3 thanks!
qwoz
@qwoz
Apr 22 2016 22:23
I'd like to send messages to actors on a schedule and I'd also like to persist this between system restarts. Has anybody come up with a clever solution to do that, taking into account when things were last run, when they're due to run again, etc.?
I'm aware of schedule tell... this is more about the restartable persistence aspect of it.
qwoz
@qwoz
Apr 22 2016 22:39
The scenario if it helps: I'm building a reminder kind of service that anybody can use to remind them to do something and there could end up being tens of thousands of reminders at any time. The reminders might be for one message 20 minutes from now, might be every 5 minutes, might be every day at 8:03 AM, might be every last Friday of every second month at midnight. Accuracy isn't too important so if something is off by some number of seconds or minutes that's okay. But outages, restarts, etc. must not cause a reminder to be missed. Basically some kind of reliable cron daemon for actors.