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[http://http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Load_balancing_(computing) Load balancing] to distribute workload across multiple nodes in a cluster works with RAP out of the box since version 1.0.
 
[http://http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Load_balancing_(computing) Load balancing] to distribute workload across multiple nodes in a cluster works with RAP out of the box since version 1.0.
  
One thing to mind though when setting up a load balancer for RAP applications is that it must be configured to use stcky sessoins (session affinity). This entails that once a session is started, the same server serves all requests for that session.
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One thing to mind though when setting up a load balancer for RAP applications is that it must be configured to use stcky sessoins (aka session affinity). This entails that once a session is started, the same server serves all requests for that session.
  
 
For information on how to set up load balancing, refer to the servlet container documentation. E.g. [http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-7.0-doc/balancer-howto.html Tomcat]
 
For information on how to set up load balancing, refer to the servlet container documentation. E.g. [http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-7.0-doc/balancer-howto.html Tomcat]
 
  
 
== Transparent session failover ==
 
== Transparent session failover ==

Revision as of 07:32, 5 June 2011

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Load balancing

Load balancing to distribute workload across multiple nodes in a cluster works with RAP out of the box since version 1.0.

One thing to mind though when setting up a load balancer for RAP applications is that it must be configured to use stcky sessoins (aka session affinity). This entails that once a session is started, the same server serves all requests for that session.

For information on how to set up load balancing, refer to the servlet container documentation. E.g. Tomcat

Transparent session failover

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Support for clustering RWT is work in progress and details outlined below may change without prior notice

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