We are currently testing to move from Wildfly 8.2.0 to Wildfly 9.0.0.CR1 (or CR2 built from snapshot). The system is a cluster using mod_cluster and is running on VPS what in fact prevents it from using multicast.
On 8.2.0 we have been using the following configuration of the modcluster that works well:
<mod-cluster-config proxy-list="188.8.131.52:10001,184.108.40.206:10001" advertise="false" connector="ajp">
Unfortunately, on 9.0.0 proxy-list was deprecated and the start of the server will finish with an error. There is a terrible lack of documentation, however after a couple of tries I have discovered that proxy-list was replaced with proxies that are a list of outbound-socket-bindings. Hence, the configuration looks like the following:
<mod-cluster-config proxies="mc-prox1 mc-prox2" advertise="false" connector="ajp">
And the following should be added into the appropriate socket-binding-group (full-ha in my case):
<remote-destination host="220.127.116.11" port="10001"/>
<remote-destination host="18.104.22.168" port="10001"/>
So far so good. After this, the httpd cluster starts registering the nodes. However I am getting errors from load balancer. When I look into /mod_cluster-manager, I see a couple of **Node REMOVED** lines and there are also many many errors like:
ERROR [org.jboss.modcluster] (UndertowEventHandlerAdapter - 1) MODCLUSTER000042: Error MEM sending STATUS command to node1/22.214.171.124:10001, configuration will be reset: MEM: Can't read node
In the log of mod_cluster there are the equivalent warnings:
manager_handler STATUS error: MEM: Can't read node
As far as I understand, the problem is that although wildfly/modcluster is able to connect to httpd/mod_cluster, it does not work the other way. Unfortunately, even after an extensive effort I am stuck.
Could someone help with setting mod_cluster for Wildfly 9.0.0 without advertising? Thanks a lot.