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We're using JForum, and need to run it now in a cluster.

Is it only caching that I need to be concerned about (I've seen suggestions on using JBoss Cache)? What about attachments or anything else stored on the file system?

Thank you for any help you can give.

[originally posted on by redcoat]
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That was not tested a lot, and the last time I used JBossCache (like 3 years ago) it wasn't a very good product. Maybe it has improved now. EHCache also supports replication.

The replication is for the caches and user sessions. Images and other files are expected to be in a shared place.

[originally posted on by Rafael Steil]
I agree. Here's the link:
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