Article:
  Clustering and Load Balancing in Tomcat 5, Part 2
Subject:   4 Tomcat Servers
Date:   2005-04-24 18:36:28
From:   srinip
Response to: 4 Tomcat Servers

Hi,


Since the cluster setup used in this article uses 3 TC nodes in the cluster and another TC for load balancing the web requests, you will need a total of 4 Tomcat instances running on a single machine. Or you can only run 2 nodes in the cluster and install 3 TC instances to get the clustering up and running.


-Srini

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  • 4 Tomcat Servers
    2005-05-12 13:27:42  vqt [View]

    I have able to setup the load balancer and the three nodes to run on a single server per you article. Your article also alludes that it is possible to setup the node to run on different servers.

    I was wondering what changes would I need to make in order to set up tomcat nodes to run on different machines and be able to communicate with the load balancer. It sounded like you would need to make a configuration changes to set this up.

    I appreciate any suggestions you have on this...

    Thanks!