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Accessing a cluster

Murad Iqbal
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Hi all,

I want to acess a weblogic cluster. The cluster is made by the Admin, he has added to servers to it, but did not give any name to the cluster.

1. First and foremost, how else can I access the cluster if it doesnt have a cluster name? I mean, what do i write in the URL?
2. Is it really possible to create a cluster without a clustername?
3. I know the server names in the cluster, so is there a way i can access that cluster with those server names?

Cheers,
Murad.
Lin Feng
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Joined: Dec 11, 2002
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you will access a load balancer placed in front of the cluster
Murad Iqbal
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but how?

Will this URL be appropriate to access a cluster of 2 servers?

t3://server1:5020, server2:5020
Lin Feng
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the url is a cluster address.

But how are you going to access your cluster? By using t3 , http or something else?

Lin
[ July 20, 2006: Message edited by: Lin Feng ]
 
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