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Setting up JForum for clustered environment

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Hi,

I am using jforum-2.1.8 version and want to know whether we can set up jforum for clustered environment?? If yes then how can that be done??

I am having caching issues. Things created or deleted on one server doesn't reflect on the other server(s) unless and until either cache is cleared from Admin control panel or the servers are restarted.

Is there a way that i may be able to disable caching completely for all pages so that this issue gets resolved??

Thanx in advance..

Best Regards,

Muzammil
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Ok,

So I have configured jforum to use JBoss Cache Engine class instead of Default Cache Engine. In jboss-cluster-cache.xml file, I have set the loopback attribute to true as am running on Windows machine.

Please can any one help out with the configurations required in jboss-cluster-cache-xml file. The problem I am having is that the changes are getting saved/updated in database but are not being reflected back in the application, no matter from which server it is accessed.

The changes are reflected once I restart tomcat server.

Please help,

Thanks in advance,

Muzammil
[originally posted on jforum.net by muzammil]
 
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