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Object Relational Mapping
Joined: Feb 10, 2008
Feb 10, 2008 22:11:00
We have a J2EE application using Hibernate 3.2 just deployed onto a clustered environment.
1.Though no cache provider has been specified in hibernate configuration files and no second level cache is implemented,the application worked fine on sanity testing.
Aren't these supposed to be configured in a clustered environment?.If no,what else do we need to check for?
Any help/inputs would be appreciated.
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Feb 11, 2008 17:52:00
clustering is not caching. Now you might want a second level cache in your clustered environment to boost some performance (or slow it down if not properly done)
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