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From GKapit...@symcor.com
Subject Re: [users@httpd] DNS Round-Robin + Apache + Jboss
Date Wed, 28 Nov 2007 14:26:02 GMT
This is done through jvmRoute so you have to make sure the settings in
workers.properties would match jvmRoute on the application server side.
This route gets appended to your JSESSIONID, take a look at the cookies in
your browser...
If you want more details just set: JkLogLevel    info

Regards,
Gabriel



                                                                           
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Hi Gabriel,

 It works fine, thanks ! :-)

 I'm just curious abount one thing:

 If I shutdown apache at "server1", my browser access only "server2"
and return to access "server1" if I run apache again.  It's awesome,
but  as I know this failover is not expected when using DNS
round-robin... :-/

 Is mod_jk putting some cookies on browser to force it to access only
available apache servers ?

 Regards

 Fabricio

2007/11/26, GKapitany@symcor.com <GKapitany@symcor.com>:
> Hi,
> Would be more efficient to use mod_jk in load balancing and use:
> worker.loadbalancer1.sticky_session=1.
>
> If you are looking for session replication then your container should
> support that.
>
> Gabriel
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> Hi all !
>
>  I have two apache 1.3.x servers with mod_jk and jboss servers in the
> same machines.
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> This is my scenario:
>
> server1: apache <--> mod_jk <--> jboss
> server2: apache <--> mod_jk <--> jboss
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>  I'm using a DNS round-robin with address "www.myapplication.com"
> poiting to our two apache/jboss servers.  Of course, I get some
> issues, because when I login in my application hosted on "server1",
> after some clicks my browser can access "server2", so I have an
> session problem.
>
>  Is there a way to share sessions between apache/jboss servers ?
>  I did some tests with jboss cluster, but I don't know if the session
> is shared as I need...  :-/
>
> Thanks !
>
>  Fabricio.
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