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Hello
I would like to know if anyone has already deployed jforum on a cluster ?
I have seen posts about jboss-cache, but is the support official ?
Has anyone really deployed jforum with jboss-cache in a production environment ?
Thanks for your help

Alex
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I've never tested the jboss-cache myself. But we will need to have full clustering support in JForum 3. We haven't discussed this proberly yet though.

Please come with suggestions for the best solution around.
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Hello again
About Jforum3 : if you plan to use spring+hibernate, I think you should use a cache engine only through hibernate. This way it would be transparent to switch from ehcache, to jboss cache or no cache at all.

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alexvictoor wrote:Hello
I would like to know if anyone has already deployed jforum on a cluster ?
I have seen posts about jboss-cache, but is the support official ?
Has anyone really deployed jforum with jboss-cache in a production environment ?
Thanks for your help

Alex


There is an implementation for Jboss-cache at net/jforum/cache/JBossCacheEngine.java. You can start from there.

It should work fine, but, as we haven't made major tests, you may encounter some issues, usually related to serialization.

Rafael
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Thanks for your response Rafael
If I understand it right, cluster suppport of jforum is more 'experimental' than 'production ready'. I must say that I am a little dissapointed by the scalable nature of jforum :?

Alex
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I have put JForum to run on a cluster of 3 machines perfectly with jboss-cache. I made some customizations to the software.

But yes, the jboss-cache code you'll find on the cvs head was never used by anyone, much because we don't put it on the final version.

Rafael
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