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From Pratapani <durgaprasadbabu.pratap...@rbccm.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] How to set up 2 or more machines running HTTPD instances to serve a same request ( in a load balanced fashion).
Date Sat, 07 Apr 2012 16:53:27 GMT

Thanks for the reply.
Is there a document or link that you can share to get session persistence
using F5 and tomcat.


Daniel Ruggeri wrote:
> 
> On 4/6/2012 5:52 PM, Pratapani wrote:
>> Thanks for the replies.
>> We are going to use "F5" for load balancing the Tomcat instances. As
>> mentioned all the machines will share the same VIP.
>> No Apache HTTP server for now !!
>>
>> I was able to use the session replication ( PersistenceManager) on tomcat
>> along with Apache HTTP server.  I have to check how I can achieve the
>> same
>> thing using F5. 
>>
>> Appreciate if you can share quick information for using tomcat session
>> replication along with F5.
>>
>> Durga Prasad
> 
> Session replication would have to happen inside the Tomcat cluster.
> There's lots of documentation on how to set up clustering in Tomcat.
> Session persistence/stickiness would happen at the F5 load balancer.
> 
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