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From AdamR <adam.r...@runbox.com>
Subject Clustering - basic question
Date Fri, 29 Aug 2008 13:37:06 GMT

According to the Jackrabbit wiki, all cluster nodes must store their data in
the same globally accessible location. So, from a Jackrabbit point of view
there is still a single point of failure and availability is not improved.
Obviously this single persistant store can be clustered itself to meet
availablity requirements - but what value does clustering at the Jackrabbit
level add?   

Thanks in advance.
A
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