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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: TOMCAT CLUSTERING HOWTO
Date Thu, 08 May 2008 13:21:23 GMT
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To whom it may concern,

karthikn wrote:
| As per TOMCAT CLUSTERING HOWTO documents
| I am trying clustering on 2 TOMCAT 5.5.23  on WINDOWS OS sharing the
| same JVM 1.6

What are you using to split traffic between these two instances? It does
not appear that you have a cluster. It looks like you have two separate
Tomcat instances that have no relationship to one another. I think
that's why everyone is so confused.

I'm certainly confused as to why you would run two Tomcats on the same
JVM. First of all, how did you do that? Are you using Tomcat embedded or
something?

| 8081    8082
| ShutDown                  8007    8008
| APJ                           8009    8010
| TCP Listener              4001     4002
| tcpListenAddress         auto    auto
| jvmRoute                 node01  node02
|
| Will this work ?

Probably, but these two Tomcat instances won't just magically share
traffic with each other. You need some type of load balancer out in
front of the two instances to make the cluster useful.

You continually say "it is not working" but you never describe what is
happening. I can tell you that you will receive no help from this forum
if you continue to ask the same question and never provide any useful
information.

How does it /not/ work? Are any requests handled? Is only one of the
Tomcat instances handling any traffic? Are they not properly sharing
session information? Unbalanced load? /What/ is not working?

- -chris
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