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From Christopher Schultz <>
Date Thu, 08 May 2008 15:09:10 GMT
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karthikn wrote:
| Yes I have 2 TOMCAT individual  running on same Windows2000
| Machine sharing the same JVM with Startup / Shutdown Ports,but not
| embedded.

Can you explain how to start two Tomcat instances in a single JVM?

| Would this setup be not configurable to be cluster ...?

Er, if they have the same "startup port" (by which I assume you mean
"connector port"), then I think what you are doing is impossible.

1 Tomcat = 1 or more connectors

You can't do this the other way around. That is, you can't have one
connector (one port) serving two separate Tomcat instances.

|  >>You need some type of load balancer out in front of the two instances
| to make the cluster useful.
| To test  clustering setup , do i need a Load balancer ...?

Clustering does not work without a load balancer. Period. It's not about
testing. It's about working in the first place. Yes, you can start up
two Tomcat instances as a cluster, but they won't act as a cluster
unless you load balance them.

| I have the cluster setup as said in the
| ""
| Delpoyment of a war file on TOMCAT5523_I  displays in console as
| INFO: Starting clustering manager at /DATAGRID
| Apr 29, 2008 10:17:59 AM
| org.apache.catalina.cluster.session.DeltaManager getAll
| ClusterSessions
| WARNING: Manager [/DATAGRID], requesting session state from
| org.apache.catalina.
| aliv e=17593]. This operation will timeout if no session state has been
| received with
| in 60 seconds.
| Apr 29, 2008 10:18:59 AM
| org.apache.catalina.cluster.session.DeltaManager waitFo
| rSendAllSessions
| SEVERE: Manager [/DATAGRID]: No session state send at 4/29/08 10:17 AM
| received,
|  timing out after 60,109 ms.
| TOMCAT5523_II displays on console as
|  >>INFO: Replication member
| added:org.apache.catalina.cluster.mcast.McastMember[tcp
| ://,catalina,,4001, alive=16]
| Apr 29, 2008 10:17:59 AM
| org.apache.catalina.cluster.session.ClusterSessionListe
| ner messageReceived
| SEVERE: Context manager doesn't exist:/DATAGRID

Okay, and then what?

Have you tried to make a request to your clustered web application? If
so, what was the result? If not, why not?

- -chris

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