2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 11, 2005 3:38 AM by vasanth_java

    Multiple clusters on same network

    Bani Greyling Newbie

      Hi

      I would like to know if it would be possible to have more than one cluster on the same network. I am not exactly sure how the new JBoss3.0.0Beta stuff fit together, but I am I just pondering the idea of running a production cluster and development cluster on the same network? I think this might be difficult because the servers discover each other seamlessly, or would the j2ee domains take care of this?

      Hope this don't sound stupid;)

      Regards
      Bani

        • 1. Re: Multiple clusters on same network
          Sacha Labourey Master

          Hello Bani,

          No, this doesn't look stupid: it is indeed possible to run several different clusters on the same network. In fact, it is even possible to make a single JBoss node part of several clusters at the same time (but this is not what you should do in your particular case)

          You may define, in the xml file of the clustering, in which target cluster name your service has to work. By default, nothing is specified so a default name is used (hence, all nodes belongs to the same default cluster by default).

          Cheers,



          Sacha

          • 2. Re: Multiple clusters on same network
            vasanth_java Newbie

            How to set up two independent cluster in the same Local Area NetWork?. I have changed "ClusterName" in tc5-cluster-service.xml. Inspite of that deploying or undeploying the application in one cluster reflects the change in the other cluster.Can you please help me.

            Vasanth