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From "Bill Barker" <>
Subject Re: Core webapps and clustering
Date Fri, 05 May 2006 07:36:45 GMT

"Costin Manolache" <> wrote in message
> On 5/4/06, Filip Hanik - Dev Lists <> wrote:
>> 2. I would integrate the new "ha" module into the main tree
>>    as Remy suggested, easier to catch when it breaks,
>>    and session,context and other data management is something that
>>    is pretty intimate with Tomcat's code base
> That's what I am afraid - ha geting too 'intimate' with tomcat.
> "Easy to catch when it breaks" is not an argument - there are other
> tools for that, like
> tests and gump, and it doesn't matter where it is.

Of course any other ASF committer can do so as well, but I could set up a 
Gump build for "ha" (and even for "ha-test", if people don't mind the nags 

> 'ha' is a big enough feature to sit on its own, with proper deps and
> all it needs, maybe
> even independent release cycle.
>> 3. I was gonna make the "comm" layer, default to tribes
>>    but be pluggable, if someone prefers to use something else, like
>> Appia, Spread, jgroups etc.
> Yes, and I assume you may need some adapters for each of them, etc.
> Costin

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