Hi Thank you for reading my post. In websphere Admin console i see the followin term everywhere in resource definition Scope: Cell=localhostNode01Cell, Node=localhostNode01 Cell : localhostNode01Cell Node : localhostNode01 Server : server1 what is diffrence between them ? for example i can define jdbc resource over any of them , can you tell me what is diffrence ? does it mean that i can have two WAS running on my computer and i can cluster them for learning purpose?
A server is a runtime environment, a process of execution. A node is a grouping of servers that share common configuration. It is a physical machine. A cell is a grouping of nodes into a sigle administrative domain. For websphere, it mean that if you group several servers within a cell, then you can administer them with one Websphere admin console
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Hi Thank you. I have a RAD copy and i want to learn WAS by using the Administration console. Can i Cluster some WAS together on my desktop computer and learn clustring issues ? even if i can cluster tomcats running on my machine it would help me too much. thank you again.