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Websphere 6.0 Clustering

 
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Hi All,

I am new to Websphere application server I want to configure the clustering environment using Websphere 6.0.
Could you please guide me the step-by-step configuration of the websphere clustering.

Thanks in advance,
Krishna
 
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Try here

http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg246688.html
 
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To understand clustering, workload management, failover, session affinity etc you can also deploy and go through the sample BeenThere application.

It is a very small application but helps in understanding & playing with all these features.
 
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Here's a little tutorial on how to cluster WebSphere application servers. It's an earlier version of WebSphere, but the concepts haven't changed, so you'll get the right idea.

How to Configure a Clustered Application Environment for the WebSphere Application Server

Basically, you create a cluster, and add 'servers' to the cluster. A 'server' is essentially a JVM. Then you deploy your apps to the cluster, and WebSphere takes care of the rest. WebSphere really is something else, isn't it?



-Cameron McKenzie

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