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Creating Clusters Weblogic 6.0

nand keswani
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Joined: Dec 04, 2001
Posts: 12
Hi,
I am trying to create a cluster of weblogic instance running on different machines.I am not able to Properly configure..
I created machines , server , cluster ... but on startup it gives the error like NotOwnerException,ClusterException Not Found
I am also confused with Multicast Address.
I think BEA documentation is not Proper ...
i would really appreciate if u could send me the stepwise configuration ....
Thanks in Advance ..
Regards
Nand Keswani
Adam Adams
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Joined: Nov 28, 2001
Posts: 60
if you create machines and server and cluster and deployed the server you created in the cluster you created you should be ok. as far as the multicast it is a network ipaddress to share all the clusters you created .. best of luck
Originally posted by nand keswani:
Hi,
I am trying to create a cluster of weblogic instance running on different machines.I am not able to Properly configure..
I created machines , server , cluster ... but on startup it gives the error like NotOwnerException,ClusterException Not Found
I am also confused with Multicast Address.
I think BEA documentation is not Proper ...
i would really appreciate if u could send me the stepwise configuration ....
Thanks in Advance ..
Regards
Nand Keswani

Oleg Shklyar
Greenhorn

Joined: May 28, 2001
Posts: 26
Hi nand,
Step by step with the limitations of clustering:
- your cluster must be in LAN;
> I created machines , server ( I suppose that these are WLS server instances on separate phisical boxes);
- you have to have licence for clustering (I'm not sure if it works with 30-days demo version);
- if you are not using firewall it is OK, otherwise you have to bind servers to DNS;
- with using multicast they require you to use different dedicated multicast IP address: for servlet clustering and for object clustering;
- create machines;
- create WL server instances (use the same port for every instance; assign IP and machine name to each instance);
- create cluster with defining DNS(or IP) of each instance and multicast address;
- if you gonna replicate session state (servlets or session EJB) configure Replication Groups;
- homogeniously deploy web apps and ejbs; (be sure to mention about clustering in their deployment descriptors!!! For instance, for ejb you have to supply info into <entity-clustering> stanza - in that case you don't need explicetely generate replica-aware stubs -> ejbc will check supplied settings and automatically perform this task)
- start Admin server, then start all managed servers;
Thanks and good luck.
Oleg
Joe McGuire
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Joined: Mar 19, 2001
Posts: 293
Nand,
Check first that you have a clustering license. The clustering license is NOT included in the 30-day download. If you're not sure, then you probably don't have one (expensive).
 
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