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From ikbenben <ben.roo...@desato.com>
Subject jdbcPersistence behaviour
Date Sun, 11 Nov 2007 22:43:42 GMT

hey all,

i've got a question regarding the behaviour of using the
jdbcPersistenceAdaptor.  i have deployed ActiveMQ into a clustered JBoss
4.0.5 environment.  I basically have 2 JBoss servers, each of which has the
ActiveMQ RAR deployed.  I've attached the broker xml file for reference: 
http://www.nabble.com/file/p13696937/broker.xml broker.xml 

When i start up the JBoss servers, the first server comes up correctly but
the second jboss instance hangs during start up while it is trying to get a
lock on the database (activemq).  when i shut down server one, the second
instance continues and finishes the start up.  is this how it should behave?

i added the 'useDatabaseLock="false"' attribute to the broker.xml but to me
this will result in both servers available to accept requests which is not
what is desired.

can someone confirm this is how it is expected to behave? 

the reason i'm asking was i intended to deploy a EAR file in the jboss
instance on each server which would use activemq tp send messages to other
applications.  however, if the second instance doesn't come up ever then
this won't work as i need to ensure i have clustering working on the EAR
level.

cheers and thanks ahead of time
ben


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