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tomcat issue

 
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hi
When i running the jforum on single tomcat server then its run fine but when i try to jforum run on 5 tomcat server parallel then it not support all tomcat server but my application is running fine.
I try once again at this time jforum running on only one tomcat server of 5 tomcat
and my application run on all 5 tomcat this scenario jforum and my application are not synchronized.
I want to jforum application run on all five tomcat, because heavy work load on application.
[originally posted on jforum.net by prabhat]
 
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You have to change the cache engine to net.jforurm.cache.JBossCache in SystemGlobals.properties, key "cache.engine.implementation", and configure JGroups using jgroups*.xml in WEB-INF/config.

However, the current version of JForum wasn't heavily tested on clustered environments.

Rafael
[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
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