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From forda <daniel.forb...@bredband.net>
Subject Getting Error while trying to achieve the Master/Slave config
Date Mon, 19 Oct 2009 15:56:29 GMT

Hello !

Currently i am working for a customer to setup a ActiveMQ production alike
environment,
designed for failover on the client or the server. Our first approach is to
use failover on
the client and using a shared database building a Master/Slave scenario
having a database
cluster. It works in way that is described and in another not, getting
errors. I have carefully
consulted various documentation on the internet, fusesource and the ActiveMQ
in action book.
These documentation are good, but sometimes a link is missing. 

In this case i tested out the
Master/Slave approach first with static discovery and the failover property
set to true. In 5.20
version of ActiveMQ the log says the failover property does not exist error
in BeanCreation for
DiscoveryNetworkConnector, had a look in the reference for Java and XML and
couldn'nt so i 
skipped it. Though it seem to work while the first broker gets the lock and
act as a master and
the slaves waiting for acguire the lock. Then one of the shutdown one of the
slaves took over.

But when i looked in the logfiles i found som Error logs: connection refused
to unknown. It doesent
seem to be normal. Or ? I will attach the logs with this thread.

Second i tried to use the multicast discovery isntead of using default i
wanted to define
another name for the group, but unknown host exception. How do i manage to
define another
name than default to delimit the acess to group on the network? With default
it's work.

Am i missing something here to get the whole thing working. I am gratful for
all advices.
Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Daniel
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