Misultin development has been discontinued and Cowboy seems to be HTTP server du jour in the Erlang community, so usage of Cowboy is encouraged.
To test out this code, build it by typing
rebar get-deps && make
then start a node with
Send a web request using curl or somesuch:
curl -v http://localhost:3000/
You should get "Hello World!" back and the
X-Handling-Node header will return the name of the vnode
that handled the request:
To test the clustering capabilities, open a second console window and start another node using this
script. Once started, the two nodes should be clustered together and in a riak_core ring together. Send
another request like above to make sure both instances can respond.
You know have a clustered web application! If you kill one of the processes, your application will continue to function (provided you send HTTP traffic to the other node, of course... this is where an haproxy or other load-balancer would come in).