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Figure out how node limitation interacts with proxies
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Just a random thought I had and didn't want to forget it. We need to figure out how node limitation interacts with proxies.

For the general case: if you're only deploying to like 1 or 2, there's no need for proxies.
But what if you want to deploy to a lot? Like let's say a whole datacenter? Proxies would be better.

I'm beginning to think deployment proxies shouldn't be normal apaches/nodes anymore, and should instead act as like mini-deploy masters. This would allow us to bring proxy capability to all services without them having to think about it really.

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demon created this task.Apr 4 2017, 11:24 PM
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The way clustershell does it is really nice... But I don't think we have any other services that really have massive numbers of targets do we?