2 Replies Latest reply on Apr 4, 2010 10:33 PM by Ron Sigal

    Which Library for 4.2.3.GA

    BJ Chippindale Master

      We have 4.2.3.GA  installed in a cluster on RHEL5.4 with dual homed  nodes.

       

      Simple 2 node cluster.

       

      First node app has durable subscription to a topic... but does not close subscription when it is shut down. 

       

      Only while clustered.   When not clustered, no problem.

       

      One earlier reference to a similar problem points at code for remoting needing upgrade.

       

      I see I have Implementation 2.2.2.SP8   ( found the jar, looked in the Manifest).

       

      Question is  -

       

      1.  -  What should I be using?    

       

       

      respectfully

      BJ

        • 1. Re: Which Library for 4.2.3.GA
          BJ Chippindale Master

          Additional question.  How does one install this in 4.2.3 ?  Is it simply (he asks hopefully) a matter of replacing the jars in the library?

           

          Is there any instruction for doing it that someone can point at?

          • 2. Re: Which Library for 4.2.3.GA
            Ron Sigal Master

            Hi BJ.

             

             

            What should I be using? 

             

            I always recommend using the latest combination of Remoting and JBossMessaging jars, because we've fixed quite a few issues over time.  The 2.2.2.x generation of Remoting releases evolved into the 2.2.3 releases, the newest of which is 2.2.3.SP1.  Actually, version 2.2.3.SP2 is tagged, but I haven't uploaded it to the download site yet.  I believe the appropriate version of JBossMessaging is 1.4.0.SP3_CP10, but I don't see it on the JBM download page.   Of course, the beauty of open source is that you can build the jars yourself.

             

             

            How does one install this in 4.2.3 ?  Is it simply (he asks hopefully) a matter of replacing the jars in the library?

             

             

            It is indeed.  The server uses jboss-remoting.jar from the $JBOSS_HOME/server/$CONFIG/lib.  Also, the jars in the $JBOSS_HOME/client directory are intended for use by clients, so you should update jboss-remoting.jar in that directory as well.

             

             

             

            found the jar, looked in the Manifest

             

             

            jboss-remoting.jar has the property that if you type

             

                 java -jar jboss-remoting.jar

             

            it will print the version.

             

            -Ron