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From "Eric Lennon Bowman" <ebow...@boboco.ie>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Clustering
Date Thu, 22 May 2008 20:18:12 GMT

On Thu, May 22, 2008 2:36 pm, Scott Courtney wrote:
> There really are only two solutions:
>
> 1. Modify your application so that RequestFacade is not stored in the
> session
>    object. You probably won't learn much from the stack trace, because
> that is
>    tracing the replication process that failed, not the application code
> that
>    stored the object. Look for a Serializable object in your app which has
> a
>    reference to RequestFacade, perhaps in a member variable. Find a way
> not to
>    use that reference, or not to store your containing object in the
> session.
>
> 2. Modify the Echo2 or Catalina source code so that RequestFacade is
> declared
>    Serializable. I would be *very* cautious about doing that, because just
>    declaring the Serializable interface doesn't mean that your object can
>    be sensibly serialized -- it just means *you* think it can. As someone
> else
>    suggested, read up on the serialization process before trying this. And
> in
>    any case, this means forking a library module, which is usually a
> horrible
>    idea.
>
> As others have said, this question is really more related to Tomcat than
> it
> is to Apache, so you will probably have better luck on the Tomcat forums.
> I'm
> hoping the above hints will give you a headstart on a Google search of
> those
> forums and/or a closer look at your application code.

There's actually a 3rd option -- if you need to hang on to a request
object, mark it transient.  It makes NO sense to move a request object
around the cluster; I wouldn't recommend trying to make that work.

(Sorry about the formatting...:) )

-- 
Eric Lennon Bowman
Bobo Company Ltd
ebowman@boboco.ie


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