1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 28, 2002 2:23 AM by David Jencks

    Non-clustering JBoss

    Andy Chan Newbie

      For my requirement, I need to have more than 1 Jboss server (about 5 to 6 Jboss servers) within the same subnet. Since I need to use Jboss.Net, I use the "all" configuration to start Jboss.

      The first Jboss successfully starts up with my beans, web services, and JSPs (this Jboss is on a Windows XP machine). Then I try to start the 2nd Jboss server on a RH Linux 7.2 machine, Jboss hangs in the middle of startup.

      My questions are:

      1. Since Jboss clustering use IP multicast to discover the other Jboss machines, in my scenario, does Jboss try to setup clusters by itself?

      2. If Question #1 is yes, what I need to do to disable clustering with specific machines? I don't want to totally disable it because I need to use cluster for some machines within the subnet.

      Thanks.

        • 1. Re: Non-clustering JBoss
          David Jencks Master


          > My questions are:
          >
          > 1. Since Jboss clustering use IP multicast to
          > discover the other Jboss machines, in my scenario,
          > does Jboss try to setup clusters by itself?

          yes
          >
          > 2. If Question #1 is yes, what I need to do to
          > disable clustering with specific machines? I don't
          > want to totally disable it because I need to use
          > cluster for some machines within the subnet.
          >
          remove cluster-service.xml from deploy. You may want to look at the cluster docs if you need to configure several clusters.
          > Thanks.