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From "Filip Hanik \(lists\)" <devli...@hanik.com>
Subject RE: [5.next] Progress
Date Sat, 17 Jul 2004 23:36:57 GMT
This is how it works currently.
There is a "listen" directory. If you deploy an app to any of the nodes on
the cluster, into the listen directory,
it will deploy that app to the other nodes in the cluster. It deploys it
into a "deployed" dir, if an app is removed from that dir, a message is
broadcasted to the other nodes to undeploy the app.
So it could work the same way, but use the tomcat dirs instead of new ones.
And yes, the work dir is the place to store the file fragments.
cheerios
Filip

-----Original Message-----
From: Remy Maucherat [mailto:remm@apache.org]
Sent: Saturday, July 17, 2004 1:05 PM
To: Tomcat Developers List
Subject: Re: [5.next] Progress


Filip Hanik (lists) wrote:
> hi Remy,
> Time will open up in a week or so. And yes, I am wide open to any ideas.
> My personal feeling about the farm deployer, is that it would work exactly
> like auto deployment to Tomcat, and maybe just an entry in web.xml makes
it
> send to other servers.

Yes for the first part. I think it's misleading to call that the
autodeployer, though, as that component will become the deployer (the
deployment code is spread and duplicated right now, so the spaghetti
needs to go).

For the second part, I don't understand. This seems to hint at the
existence of a master node, which would be bad, no ?

> I do need a temp directory to store the fragments of data sent across the
> wire, so that we don't take up too much RAM.

I don't get that sent data thing, but you can use either the workdir or
the tempdir (as usual).

Rémy


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