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Clustering JMS

Francesco Marchioni
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Hi all,
we have a J2ee application which uses JMS to send notification messages.
We have recentely move from a single Node application to a Cluster solution.
As for the Connection Factory it's clear that it should be deployed on the cluster.

But what about the JMS Servers ? what is the best choice if you want to take advantage of cluster (I mean I don't want to lose messages if one node fails)?

should I create a JMS Server on every Node ? (and replicate the Queue/Topic on every server) ?
Thanks in advance
Francesco


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