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JBOSS client side load balancing policy

kantha rao

Joined: Nov 10, 2010
Posts: 4

I have done clustering for jboss4.2.3server which is using jboss-messaging. I have two nodes, postoffice and all the queues are clustered.

From my JMS client I am connecting with jnp://host1:port,jnp://host2:port. By default RoundRobin policy has to be d. But in my case request is always going to the same node. Some times it is goint to node2. But while sending the response it is going to both the nodes.

here is my configuration;



Please some one let me know why the requests are not publishing as expected like RoundRobin. Is there any other configuration I have missed? Please let me know.

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