I ran into the following on a CORE-only cluster: "No write operations are allowed directly on this database. Writes must pass through the leader. The role of this server is: FOLLOWER".
I access the node via HTTP, not Bolt (Because we started ...
I am installing the neo4j:4.3.0-enterprise Docker image from Docker Hub
docker run -d \
--name neo4j-core-01 \
--network neo4j-core-01-network \
--publish 172.18.0.1:7474:7474 \
As far as I understand, the initial protocol to access Neo4j was HTTP.
Later came Bolt.
Is there a short timeline to deprecate HTTP API access, or will HTTP be maintained over the time?
The Question is because we need to access Neo4j 4.x with...
Thank you @abk ,
If I understand correctly, despite I set a 100 nodes CORE cluster up , only one is LEADER, so that this only one can receive writes?
But if I set a 100 nodes CORE cluster up, it is to be able to share (round robin or random, whatever...
Thank you @abk for your answers.
Yes an HTTP proxy that is tightly integrated would be definitely a evry good thing, as it would allow more clients: think, even BASH or Powershell could then have an access and even more, some wrappers.
This is espec...