1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 3, 2003 3:47 PM by alan shields

    One jboss running on different Cluster nodes

    johannes rainer Newbie

      hi
      i am about to install a application that runs on a linux cluster. i want to install the jboss only on the master node. the other nodes are starting this jboss. is it now a problem to start for example from every node the default jboss? are there some problems with the database or persistance of MDB? Or is it better to create for all nodes an node1, node2... directory under jboss/server and start the jboss from the nodes with the command run.sh -c node1 ...?

      cheerio

        • 1. Re: One jboss running on different Cluster nodes
          alan shields Newbie

          Is this a primary / standby setup?

          If so I tend to have jboss (and all my other services) start up in the script that is called when a system becomes the live server and shut down in the script that is called when a system is no longer the live server. So I just have one jboss running at a time. This does mean I have a delay when the primary system fails whilst jboss is started up on the backup though.