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I'm trying to have a RunnableGraph.FromGraph(GraphDsl.Create(...)) which will return a materialized value of an IActorRef. In that graph dsl I have a Source.ActorRef, and I want to materialize that IActorRef.
I managed to do that if I'm not using the GraphDsl. Tried various stuff, but still can't manage to wrap my head on how to do this the GraphDsl way.
Some hint please?
GraphDsl.Create. Answer from https://stackoverflow.com/a/35700445/321360
Guys, any examples of using Framing.LengthField(x) method in Tcp.Streaming?
@shersh this essentially tells: get first X bytes of the stream, convert them to the int - this is the length of the next frame. Make sure that the next
ByteString passed will be of provided length before pushing it to the next stage. Then repeat the process for the next frame
RemoveRouteedirectly to router ref
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devbranch anyway as a placeholder for 1.3.3
It is mentioned here http://bartoszsypytkowski.com/how-akka-net-persistence-works/ , the following:
... your persistent actors should be singletons - there should never be more than one instance of an actor using the same PersistentId at the time.
My question is: how does persistence actors work in a Cluster ?
For example, if I have 2 nodes, how is the behavior of "OnRecovery" ... and a lot of other questions ?