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  • Latest Post - ‏2009-12-04T19:05:38Z by mbir
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Pinned topic Is horizontal clustering possible in Lotus WebForm Server 3.5.1 ?

‏2009-11-30T13:48:34Z |
Hi,

Wondering if horizontal clustering is possible with Lotus form server 3.5.1 ..!

I saw few docs for Vertical clustering, but couldn't find anything about horizontal clustering.

http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/lfwiki.nsf/dx/Configuring_a_Lotus_Forms_3.5.1_Vertical_Cluster_using_WebSphere_Application_Server_7.0.0.5

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/forms/v3r5m0/topic/com.ibm.form.webform.installing.doc/graphics/i_wfsws_g_basic_cluster_v30.gif

If possible, can any one post the link to that doc.

Thanks,
Abdul
Updated on 2009-12-04T19:05:38Z at 2009-12-04T19:05:38Z by mbir
  • mbir
    mbir
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    Re: Is horizontal clustering possible in Lotus WebForm Server 3.5.1 ?

    ‏2009-11-30T18:36:09Z  
    Horizontal clustering is very similar to vertical clustering from a WebSphere AppServer network deployment perspective. When it talks about what node to "deploy the first cluster member" (step #4), just select a node on the same server.
  • M_A_N
    M_A_N
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    Re: Is horizontal clustering possible in Lotus WebForm Server 3.5.1 ?

    ‏2009-12-02T18:45:23Z  
    • mbir
    • ‏2009-11-30T18:36:09Z
    Horizontal clustering is very similar to vertical clustering from a WebSphere AppServer network deployment perspective. When it talks about what node to "deploy the first cluster member" (step #4), just select a node on the same server.
    Hi there,

    Thanks of the reply.

    So I have two Translator Server running on different nodes sharing same database.

    But can they have different "Shared Cache" to be clustered?

    I clustered horizontally, and it seems fine, need to stress test.

    Abdul
  • mbir
    mbir
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    Re: Is horizontal clustering possible in Lotus WebForm Server 3.5.1 ?

    ‏2009-12-02T21:04:42Z  
    • M_A_N
    • ‏2009-12-02T18:45:23Z
    Hi there,

    Thanks of the reply.

    So I have two Translator Server running on different nodes sharing same database.

    But can they have different "Shared Cache" to be clustered?

    I clustered horizontally, and it seems fine, need to stress test.

    Abdul
    If you're using the same database, you need to have the same "Shared Cache" or else you probably encounter problems. (More than likely as forms are removed from the cache.) Just something to consider.

    good luck
  • M_A_N
    M_A_N
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    Re: Is horizontal clustering possible in Lotus WebForm Server 3.5.1 ?

    ‏2009-12-02T22:08:52Z  
    • mbir
    • ‏2009-12-02T21:04:42Z
    If you're using the same database, you need to have the same "Shared Cache" or else you probably encounter problems. (More than likely as forms are removed from the cache.) Just something to consider.

    good luck
    Thanks again for the reply mbir.

    So same shared cache...

    I completed the horizontal cluster with different Shared Cache. Can I change it now, if yes .. how?

    Or do I need to reinstall one Node from scratch?

    1 more question:

    While installation can we select REMOTE location of Primary Nodes "Shared Cache"?

    Thanks for the support,
    Abdul
  • mbir
    mbir
    411 Posts

    Re: Is horizontal clustering possible in Lotus WebForm Server 3.5.1 ?

    ‏2009-12-04T19:05:38Z  
    • M_A_N
    • ‏2009-12-02T22:08:52Z
    Thanks again for the reply mbir.

    So same shared cache...

    I completed the horizontal cluster with different Shared Cache. Can I change it now, if yes .. how?

    Or do I need to reinstall one Node from scratch?

    1 more question:

    While installation can we select REMOTE location of Primary Nodes "Shared Cache"?

    Thanks for the support,
    Abdul
    Yes, you can change the location by modifying the fileCacheLocation option in your translator.properties file. (So a clean install is not needed.)

    Also, you can select a remote location for your shared file cache, normally I select a UNC (network) path so everything is consistent.