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From Eric Bowman <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Clustering
Date Thu, 22 May 2008 11:44:48 GMT
His point was, this is a common issue that can be solved usually by a 
quick google search.  If you can't use google, well, good luck.

If you want an object to replicate, it must be serializable.  If you put 
an object into the session that is not serializable, and you have 
session replication configured, you will see this kind of problem.  QED.

Ch Praveena wrote:
> I dint get u.
>    If you mean that my intension is to know about the way of 
> Serialization, I am very much sure about those issues. I want if 
> Tomcat or apache can help to solve the exception raised here by 
> modifying the source code of Tomcat as is available 
> with the tomcat itself and if so, i can modify in  the source of the 
> Tomcat. But, I am using Jboss which dont have this specified 
> file in it, even if it uses tomcat as the web 
> container internally
> 2008/5/22 Ben Ricker < <>>:
>     Google is your friend:
>     Ben Ricker 
>     On May 22, 2008, at 5:45 AM, Ch Praveena wrote:
>>     Hi all,
>>           I think I can get a proper response and can solve my
>>     issue.  I am trying to cluster Jboss(Mainitans tomcat as a web
>>     container) using APACHE as load balancer, to run my application
>>     written using Hibernate and Echo2. I am finding a common
>>     exception called NOTSERIALIZABLE EXCEPTION pinning at
>> available in the Tomcat source. Here is the
>>     stack trace of it.
>>     Please let me know If I can be helped in any way.
>>     -- 
>>     -Coolest Regards,
>>     Praveena Chalamcharla,
>>     Securview....
> -- 
> -Coolest Regards,
> Praveena Chalamcharla,
> Securview.... 

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