Your cluster-service.xml file is strange as you still seem to use the multicast settings (in XML format). Which version of JBoss?
Are you sure that all know discover each other? What can you see in the logs of the first two nodes once you start the last node?
I was using JBoss3.2.1 with Tomcat.
I could see 'cluster view' with all three hosts in the
server.log of RedHat and Mandrake, but not Win2K.
Can you check you don't have any firewall that would prevent your node from communicating (RH has one by default). that's strange as you say that two of the nodes say they see the w2k node
I'll check the firewall on the RedHat. In the meantime,
does the following messages in server.log indicate
that clustering and loadbalancing were working?
DefaultPartition] pre methodName: DistributedReplicantManager._add
2003-05-30 13:13:55,431 DEBUG [org.jboss.ha.framework.interfaces.HAPartition.DefaultPartition] handlerName: DistributedReplicantManager methodName: _add
2003-05-30 13:13:55,431 DEBUG [org.jboss.ha.framework.interfaces.HAPartition.DefaultPartition] Handle: DistributedReplicantManager._add
yes, it may for example mean that the nodes were exchanging information about which EJB are clustered on the nodes.