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Jboss clustering question

Erin Bradskow
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Joined: Jul 30, 2010
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This may be a dumb question. So I started up both my nodes on separate machines. Both services are up and I can hit both of them through the browser. The servers have been clustered. I've only had experiences with Hardware load balancers in which a virtual ip address was given to me that had the 2 ip's(nodes) mapped to it. I've only used weblogic to do this. In Jboss I'm trying to do application clustering and I started up services. However, how do I test it out? What URL do I use? Shouldn't I have configured a cluster address somewhere?
Peter Johnson
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Erin, welcome to Java Ranch!

Many people use Apache Web Server (aka HTTPD) and mod_jk for that. Here is a good place to start: http://community.jboss.org/wiki/ModJKFAQ


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