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From "Amy Shebes" <...@ericrobert.com>
Subject RE: Multiple Webapps using RMI on Tomcat
Date Mon, 09 Feb 2009 16:58:26 GMT
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-----Original Message-----
From: majohnst [mailto:matt@lattaoutdoors.com] 
Sent: Monday, February 09, 2009 11:38 AM
To: users@jackrabbit.apache.org
Subject: Multiple Webapps using RMI on Tomcat



I am currently building a CMS system where all the data is stored in

jackrabbit. This system will be able to host multiple websites and use

multiple webservers for load balancing. As it is currently setup, each

webapp is a node on a jackrabbit cluster. All the web servers are joined

the same jackrabbit cluster. So all webapps are all sharing a common

repository. The downside is that each webapp has to startup and run it's

node. On each webserver we have 2 webapps (websites) and each has to

and act like a node on the cluster. Is there a way with RMI that I can

startup one repository in tomcat and then share that repository with all

webapps running on that tomcat installation? This way I would only have

jackrabbit cluster node per tomcat installation.


We are currently using spring and springmodules to access jackrabbit. I

how I could use springmodules to expose a local repository through rmi,

I didn't see how I could consume that repository through a different




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