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What happens when administration server fails

 
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Does the whole cluster fail whan the admin server fails?
[ April 10, 2003: Message edited by: Glen Cai ]
 
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The Managed Servers will continue to run, however no more Managed Servers can join the cluster until the Admin Server is back up and running.
 
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Thanks Chris.
I think the cluster can not serve any new
sessions before the admin server is back.
The old session with the managed server
should be OK. But the failsover does not
work until admin server is back.
Correct me if I'm wrong.
 
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Originally posted by Glen Cai:
I think the cluster can not serve any new
sessions before the admin server is back.


This is not correct. Everything will continue to function normally except that no new servers can enter the cluster. The Administration Server does not handle failover or clustering of services.
From WebLogic Documentation:
Role of the Administration Server
What Happens if the Administration Server Fails?
 
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Chris,
Who is handling failsover and load balance for WLS6.1?
Does admin server act as a proxy as well as
router on which the load balance algorithm runs?

Thanks.
[ April 14, 2003: Message edited by: Glen Cai ]
 
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