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How Apache Server recognizes the new clusterd node

Tung Tran
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Joined: Jul 01, 2012
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Hello everyone,

I have read the article about request-clustering for Apache tomcat in here
http://www.richardnichols.net/2010/08/5-minute-guide-clustering-apache-tomcat/

But I wonder how the Apache Server can recognize the new clustered node automatically. For example, If I deploy the Web App on another machine, how can I add this machine join the the clustered group of machine without restart the Apache Server?
Tim Holloway
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Welcome to the JavaRanch, Tung!

Any time you change the apache config files, you have to reload them. But that usually doesn't take that long.


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