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From János Löbb <janos.l...@yale.edu>
Subject Re: Session Replication in Cluster
Date Mon, 06 Apr 2009 15:22:21 GMT
To stick with the analogy:

  Your session's baby part is: FEBA6A8127A69079C79B7A641158CE20 and  
that remains the same if with daddy or mommy.

Your session's daddy part is: itchy
and
Your session's mommy part is: scratchy

Enjoy them :)

János

On Apr 3, 2009, at 5:32 PM, Roy McMorran wrote:

> János Löbb wrote:
>>
>> If You look the >>values<< created by the session earlier  
>> with ...node1, than You will see the same values after fail over  
>> with ...node2.  A new session would not know about them.
>>
>> To verify it You can use the supplied SessionExmaple webapp.
>
> OK, trying that.
>
> So, using an example webapp (see:
> https://gillnet.mdibl.org/~mcmorran/session.jsp.txt
>
> (which just uses session.getID() )
>
> ...should it return *just* the session ID part, or the concatenation  
> of the session ID and the jvmRoute?
>
> Here's what I see:
>
> Before failover:
> This is the session id FEBA6A8127A69079C79B7A641158CE20.itchy
> This is an existing session
>
> After failover:
> This is the session id FEBA6A8127A69079C79B7A641158CE20.scratchy
> This is an existing session
>
> Thanks,
> -r
>
> -- 
> Roy McMorran
> Systems Administrator
> MDI Biological Laboratory
> mcmorran@mdibl.org
>
>
>
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