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R Vohra
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Hi,

I have implemented clustering with two nodes on two different machines.
The cluster is getting established and each node recognizes the state of each other. but I am not able to implement the high availability enviroment i.e when one node is down the request to that ip address is dead and the client side proxy architecture is not implemented(the stub thing is not getting established). Can anyone please elaborate on the steps required to implement the clint side proxy architecture with clustering. I only want highly available system.
Kees Jan Koster
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I think you need some form of load balancer in front of this, to send the traffic to both instances until one fails. Of couse, the load balancer then becomes your single point of failure.


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R Vohra
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Kees Jan Koster wrote:I think you need some form of load balancer in front of this, to send the traffic to both instances until one fails. Of couse, the load balancer then becomes your single point of failure.


"The client side proxy architecture does not require any external component to enable high availability." I have understood this from jboss documentation. I sthis correct??
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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