1 Reply Latest reply on May 14, 2003 1:24 AM by Sacha Labourey

    JMS in JBoss Cluster

    ranjithpillai Newbie

      Hi there,

      Somebody please answer this..

      Background: I have two JBoss instances(3.0.7) named JBoss1 and JBoss2 running in same box.

      1)Does that mean I have a JMSMQ server running in
      each JBoss instance, so totally two JMS servers in my cluster?.

      2)How about my Destinations?. Are there separate desitation in each JMS Server(local JNDI) or there is one configured in HA-JNDI? For eg: JBOSS provied Destination topic\testTopic- is it local to each JNDI or one topic\testTopic available in HA-JNDI for the cluster?.

      3)JBoss Clustering document says" partial support for JMS and MessageDrivenBeans". What does this mean?

      Thanks in advance for your help,
      Ran

        • 1. Re: JMS in JBoss Cluster
          Sacha Labourey Master

          > 1)Does that mean I have a JMSMQ server running in
          > each JBoss instance, so totally two JMS servers in my
          > cluster?.

          yes

          > 2)How about my Destinations?. Are there separate
          > desitation in each JMS Server(local JNDI) or there is
          > one configured in HA-JNDI? For eg: JBOSS provied
          > Destination topic\testTopic- is it local to each JNDI
          > or one topic\testTopic available in HA-JNDI for the
          > cluster?.

          two separate: there is no jms clustering yet.

          > 3)JBoss Clustering document says" partial support for
          > JMS and MessageDrivenBeans". What does this mean?

          nothing. Is it still in the last documentation?

          Cheers,


          sacha