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David said...

Nice write up. Thank you.

Binh Nguyen said...

Thanks, very helpful post

Mohamed Amin said...

this point is not clear for me Add a cluster entry, This can be a comma-separated list of "IP/DNS_Name:port", a DNS name that maps to multiple IP addresses or the local machine if all servers run on one machine"
if I have 2 nodes and I need to publish Forms service to be High Available in case if one node fails, the other still works, I will put for example node1:9000,node2:9000 ?
thanks

Tim... said...

Hi.

Yes. That's fine, but I would suggest using fully qualified names, like node1.company.com:9000, node2.company.com:9000.

Cheers

Tim...

Mohamed Amin said...

Hi
thanks for replay, but again if user was connected to node1.company.com:9000 and this server failed . how will he move to the other one without relogin to the system ,
I mean how this will be transparent to the user moving from server one to server two in case of failure in server 1 , in case we have two names ?
thanks

Tim... said...

Hi.

In the "Replication" tab of the cluster in the Admin console, you can define how sessions are managed in the cluster to allow session failover.

To cope with server failover, you must front the system with a load balancer. This might help.

https://oracle-base.com/articles/misc/an-oracle-dbas-guide-to-weblogic-server

Cheers

Tim...

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