I need to create JBoss clusters on multiple (different) machines. Can you give info on how you did this (and where you got your information)? Have you used HTTPLoadbalancer as part of the config process?
I suggest you buy the documentation, it should cover everything you need to know.
Thanks for the tip. I did buy the JBoss Clustering book, and yes indeed it did solve my clustering issues. However, now I am stuck trying to integrate Apache 2.0 with JBoss 3.2.4RC2. I have Apache installed on WinXP and I have downloaded the Mod_JK2 connector ( the module is mod_jk2.so NOT mod_jk2.dll is this correct???) and installed it in the modules directory of Apache2. I have added the line to the end of the httpd.conf file: LoadModule jk2_module modules/mod_jk2.so
my problem begins with the creation of the workers2.properties file. In my case I have a JBoss cluster with instances on 2 separate computers (Box 1 IP = 192.168.100.33:8109, Box 2 IP = 192.168.100.34:8209) and jboss cluster-server.xml has entry of jvmRoute=jboss1 and jvmRoute=jboss2 respectively for each box above).
I am confused as to how to configure the workers2.properties file (see below):
info=Maps the requests. Options: debug
# Define the communication channel
info=Ajp13 forwarding over socket
# Map the Tomcat examples webapp to the web server uri space
info=Map the whole webapp
info=Display status information and checks the config file for changes.
info=Scoreboard. Required for reconfiguration and status with multiprocess servers
The more threads I follow the more confusing it becomes; can someone please tell me what's wrong with my workers2.properties file?
I have Apache installed on WinXP and I have downloaded the Mod_JK2 connector ( the module is mod_jk2.so NOT mod_jk2.dll is this correct???)
A DLL is a Dynamic Linked Library (Win16/32 technology).
An .so is a shard object - a Unix technology.
My guess is you should look for mod_jk2.dll.