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Having static files available in a cloned environment

manasa asapu
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Joined: Sep 30, 2002
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Hi,
I have a clustered websphere environment and a single webserver tied to this and running on a different host. So in total I have 3 independant machines. One running webserver and the other two websphere. The two websphere machines have been configured to support horizontal clustering.
There is this application that uploads a lot of images. Since the webserver is split, I am not sure how to have images written to the webserver docroot. The uploaded files are also getting written to either one of the docroots of the app server machines, depending on which JVM is executing the image upload code. Can anyone suggest a solution of having to write the images to the webserver?
Thank You
manasa asapu
Greenhorn

Joined: Sep 30, 2002
Posts: 10
Does anyone have a solution to the problem described?
Thank You
Manasa
 
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