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Managed Servers in JBoss

Jaiom Rana

Joined: Jul 03, 2003
Posts: 5
I need to port an existing application from Weblogic 6.1 to JBoss 3.2.2
The problem is that it is using Managed Servers of Weblogic. Do we have an equivalent in JBoss ? Can we run Multiple JBoss Servers with one server behaving as Admin Server for others ?
Jaiom Rana
Michael McKelvey

Joined: Dec 17, 2003
Posts: 1
JBoss doesn't seem to have the concept of an admin server -- at least not in the 3.x releases. You can cluster the servers for high availability and session replication but each server is a peer just like any other.
If you take a look at the jmx-console/cluster application that is deployed by default (in the clustered configuration) you'll see it auto-discovers all nodes in the cluster. So, you could potentially bring up a cluster with three nodes and only send traffic to two of them, keeping the third online to act like an admin server.
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