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From "Stefan Ivanov" <stefko.iva...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Help Required: Content Clustering
Date Fri, 14 Sep 2007 12:04:35 GMT
Hi Bala

I've never tried to start JackRabbit in cluster but from yours describtion
it seems you must cluster also lucene. I'm not sure how exactly clustering
in JackRabbit works but if the index on Node B ist not correct the search on
node B will not function for the same node.
As I know there is a tool for synking the both file system directories.

Regards
Stefan

2007/9/14, bala subramanian <balasubramanian_k3@hotmail.com>:
>
>  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.Thisprocess 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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> 1.3.1 (Clustering Supported) - We are using this
> version.<BR>&gt;Jackrabbit 1.0 (Didn't have clustering)<BR>&gt;<BR>&gt;We
> have implemented load balancing in TOMCAT (say A, B and
> C).<BR>&gt;<BR>&gt;But the content created by TOMCAT-A is not visible
for
> TOMCAT-B and TOMCAT-C<BR>&gt;even though content folder is 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
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