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From chi runhua <chirun...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Different server instances on Geronimo 2.2
Date Wed, 19 Aug 2009 13:08:54 GMT
Because both instances share the same repository, I guess it's as designed.
The only difference would be as followed:

1.  on the instance you deployed the application, such as 8080 port by
default, config.xml was updated with its moduleId as <module
name="com/yourcompany/foo/1.0/car">

2. while on another instance, the module info was written into config.xml as
well, but with the following info <module name="com/yourcompany/foo/1.0/car"
load="false">

Anything incorrect with my understanding, please chime in.

Jeff C

On Wed, Aug 19, 2009 at 6:13 PM, Lu Jiang <jadeup@hotmail.com> wrote:

>
> Environment:
> Windows+JDK6+Geronimo2.2
>
> I setted up another server instance besides the default one. The defaut one
> is on 8080,and the other on 8090.They both work well and share the same
> repository.
>
> If I deploy an application on one server instance,for example, the 8080
> one,then it'll be simultaneously deployed on the 8090 server instance.This
> action changes the config.xml of both the default one and the new server
> instance. After that ,I tried to deploy the same application to the 8090
> instance. It failed and warned that the application already exists.
>
> I wonder ,in the case of multiple server instances,if an application is
> deployed on one server instance,should  the other server instances share
> the
> application?
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