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From Filip Hanik - Dev Lists <devli...@hanik.com>
Subject Re: Clustering without farmwardeployer
Date Mon, 06 Jun 2005 21:11:17 GMT
Two suggestions:

1. Make sure the farm war deployer is really turned off, and by the way, 
the farm war deployer doesn't deploy into webapps, instead into the dir 
you specify in server.xml
2. Check your scripts again, chances are you are the one redeploying 
your own old code.

Filip



Todd Huss wrote:

>We have a Tomcat cluster setup across 9 servers with clustering for session
>replication. However, we are not using the farmwardeployer because we have
>our own script that we use to shutdown each tomcat, deploy a fix version,
>and then start it up again so we don't incur any downtime. However, we're
>seeing some very unusual behavior.
>
>After shutting down one node, deleting contents of webapps and work
>directories, dropping in a new war, and restarting, the new files that get
>exploded in the webapps directory are not those of the war dropped into the
>webapps directory. They are instead the files from the previous war which is
>no longer on the local filesystem. 
>
>It leads me to believe that even though we have the farmwardeployer turned
>off, that when we start tomcat in clustered mode, rather than exploding the
>local war, it's getting the contents of the war from another node.
>
>Any ideas?
>
>Thanks,
>Todd
>
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