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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 38740] - (5.5.15) session attributes set in sessionCreated not synched
Date Wed, 22 Feb 2006 15:44:39 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From fhanik@apache.org  2006-02-22 16:44 -------
Believe me, I feel with you. But round robin on each request is not very
efficient, nor is the SimpleTcpReplicationManager.

You will get far more juice out of the DeltaManager. 

In order to have round robin, you should add the (waitForAck="true") to your
<Sender> element, this guarantees that the session is replicated before the
response is returned to the client. 

I BELIEVE THE WAITFORACK COULD SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM FOR TRUE ROUND ROBIN REPLICATION.

mod_jk has never been a big favorite of mine, I always use mod_proxy, and we
pair one apache with one tomcat, we always do the load balancing before we hit
apache.

The reason the bug is invalid, is cause its a simple documentation issue. If
your replication doesn't work due to the mod_jk implementation, then this bug is
still invalid, and you should open up one against that module. I have tested
your scenario and have found nothing wrong nor have I been able to reproduce the
error under any circumstances. 

I would say you received quite good support for all the $0 dollars you spent and
not reading the manual ;)

Let us know if we can help with anything else

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