3 Replies Latest reply on Dec 5, 2002 12:45 PM by Sacha Labourey

    Is this expected clustering behaviour and if so, why??

    Chuck Moore Newbie

      We have been doing some cluster tessting and noticed a rather unexpected result. We have defined 4 jboss nodes each with a local JNDI definition that uses port 1099. Each has it's own ip address. All 4 nodes belong to the same cluster which is contacted on port 1100.

      Here's the problem. We run a client program that contacts node 3 on 1099 and which is shut down. Node 1, which is running, responds instead.

      Is there an order in Jboss where a client tries to get to the local JNDI service and if not found, climbs a hierarchy until it reaches the cluster manager which redirects the request to a listening server??

      Thanks c.