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Can JForum support web cluster?

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JForum support cache, so I want to know whether JForum support web cluster? How to deploy it in multi-server, and support load balance?
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Officially, it does not support. However, there is a CacheEngine implementation for JBossCache if you get the source code from the cvs. Load balancing you do on the usual way.

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does JForum 2.1.8 support it ?
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Don't know if anyone had tested/used it. That said, it should work since AFAIK there weren't any changes to the Cache Interface and this code just implements that.
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