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From "Dominique Pfister" <dominique.pfis...@day.com>
Subject Re: Help Required: Content Clustering
Date Fri, 14 Sep 2007 14:38:39 GMT
Hi Bala,

clustering does not work by simply sharing the repository folder:
modifications made by one cluster node in the filesystem will not be
noticed by other repositories in the cluster. There is a wiki page
dedicated on this topic:

http://wiki.apache.org/jackrabbit/Clustering

Hope this helps
Dominique

On 14/09/2007, bala subramanian <balasubramanian_k3@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> Please help freinds.
>
> Please look into the below issue and help me find a solution.
> /******************************/
> I am working in a Content Management Project.
> OS - Unix;TOMCAT 5.0;Java 1.4;Jackrabbit 1.3.1 (Clustering Supported) - We
> are using this version.Jackrabbit 1.0 (Didn't have clustering)
> We have implemented load balancing in TOMCAT (say A, B and C).
> But the content created by TOMCAT-A is not visible for TOMCAT-B and
> TOMCAT-Ceven though content folder is shared between the TOMCATS.
> CONTENT CREATION:We have different types of contents like "Surveys,
> Promotion, Trainings etc"which we can create from our application Backend
> interface.The content can be viewed from the Frontend interface.This process
> is done by using Java Content Repository (JackRabbit 1.3.1supports
> clustering).
> Suppose I create a Content called "Check Box" Survey using the Tomcat-A,
> thesame content is not available for the Tomcat-B
> Please tell me if you need further information.
> Please tell me what should I do to solve this problem.
> Thanks & Regards,
> Bala
> /******************************/
>
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> ><P>/******************************/</P>
> ><P>I am working in a Content Management Project.</P>
> ><P>OS - Unix;<BR>TOMCAT 5.0;<BR>Java 1.4;<BR>Jackrabbit 1.3.1
(Clustering
> Supported) - We are using this version.<BR>Jackrabbit 1.0 (Didn't have
> clustering)</P>
> ><P>We have implemented load balancing in TOMCAT (say A, B and C).</P>
> ><P>But the content created by TOMCAT-A is not visible for TOMCAT-B and
> TOMCAT-C<BR>even though content folder is shared between the TOMCATS.</P>
> ><P>CONTENT CREATION:<BR>We have different types of contents like "Surveys,
> Promotion, Trainings etc"<BR>which we can create from our application
> Backend interface.<BR>The content can be viewed from the Frontend
> interface.<BR>This process is done by using Java Content Repository
> (JackRabbit 1.3.1<BR>supports clustering).</P>
> ><P>Suppose I create a Content called "Check Box" Survey using the Tomcat-A,
> the<BR>same content is not available for the Tomcat-B</P>
> ><P>Please tell me if you need further information.</P>
> ><P>Please tell me what should I do to solve this problem.</P>
> ><P>Thanks &amp;
> Regards,<BR>Bala<BR>/******************************/</P></DIV>
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- We
> are using this version.<BR>&gt;Jackrabbit 1.0 (Didn't have
> clustering)<BR>&gt;<BR>&gt;We have implemented load balancing in
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not
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> shared between the TOMCATS.<BR>&gt;<BR>&gt;CONTENT CREATION:<BR>&gt;We
have
> different types of contents like "Surveys, Promotion, Trainings
> etc"<BR>&gt;which we can create from our application Backend
> >interface.<BR>&gt;The content can be viewed from the Frontend
> interface.<BR>&gt;This process is done by using Java Content Repository
> (JackRabbit 1.3.1<BR>&gt;supports
> clustering).<BR>&gt;<BR>&gt;Suppose I create a Content
> called "Check Box" Survey using the Tomcat-A, the<BR>&gt;same content is not
> available for the Tomcat-B<BR>&gt;<BR>&gt;Please tell me if you need
further
> information.<BR>&gt;<BR>&gt;Please tell me what should I do
> to solve this problem.<BR>&gt;<BR>&gt;Thanks &amp;
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