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Frustrated with Horizontal Scaling!!!

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First of all my primary comp -> was5host
secondary comp -> was5host01

when i want to add a node for failover on the second comp using :
(im on the was5host01 comp)
-> c:\Program Files\WebSphere\Application Server\bin\addNode was5host 8879

I get this in the cmd Window:

ADMU0116I: Tool information is being logged in file C:\Program
ADMU0001I: Begin federation of node was5host01 with Deployment Manager at
ADMU0009I: Successfully connected to Deployment Manager Server: was5host:8879
ADMU0505I: Servers found in configuration:
ADMU0506I: Server name: server1
ADMU2010I: Stopping all server processes for node was5host01
ADMU0512I: Server server1 cannot be reached. It appears to be stopped.
ADMU0024I: Deleting the old backup directory.
ADMU0015I: Backing up the original cell repository.
ADMU0012I: Creating Node Agent configuration for node: was5host01
ADMU0111E: Program exiting with error: ADMU0036E:
The Deployment Manager cannot lookup by name host at address
ADMU0211I: Error details may be seen in the file: C:\Program
ADMU1211I: To obtain a full trace of the failure, use the -trace option.

Basically its complaining bout the wich is in my hosts file!!!

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The only thing you have to do it is to put the Manager's ip and name in the hosts of the node, and put the node's name and ip of the Manager's host file.

One suggest. WebSphere have a lot of problems if you install it in paths with spaces (c:\Program files....). Change it.
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