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From "Costin Manolache" <cos...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Core webapps and clustering
Date Thu, 04 May 2006 22:42:43 GMT
On 5/4/06, Remy Maucherat <remm@apache.org> wrote:
> Costin Manolache wrote:
> > It's not about using a mini-jboss architecture, but about a more
> > consistent and simpler
> > configuration.
> >
> > IMO JMX should be used for configuration when possible, instead of
> > adding more weird
> > syntax to server.xml.
>
> I tried it quite hard at some point (it's the embedded distribution),
> and it didn't work out that well. It's actually more complex.
>
> The first task is to optimize modeler (you'll do it, right ?), and then
> maybe to use modeler exclusively in Tomcat (avoiding all direct JMX
> dependencies).

I'm actually trying to optimize it and finally implement the 'persist changes',
but it'll take some time, I get less than 1h per day to work on open source.

I would say jboss style config is not _that_ more complex, and even 3.3 style
config was acceptable for many modules ( well, people might not agree
with that,
bit at least it was simple enough ).



> > What is 'core module' and not is a complex issue - obviously what
> > ships in the 'default' distro will
> > change with each release. But clustering seems like a big enough and
> > separate enough component to me, if this is not a good candidate for
> > 'separate module' - I don't know what would be. It's clearly not used
> > by all users, it has 2 implementations, etc.
>
> And it needs to get back to 1 implementation in a hurry :) I am
> conceptually ok with it being a module, though, although I would be
> happier if it was in the main tree (this way it's harder to ignore when
> the build is broken).

:-)

Costin
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