When creating session persistence to a data grid, an IP / host name of only one of the XC10 Appliances within a collective is specified. When this appliance fails, how does the client know to persist and retrieve sessions from another XC10 appliance within the XC10 collective? I've tested the scenario and know that it works, I just need to understand exactly how.
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2 replies Latest Post - 2012-08-08T13:12:30Z by gissel
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Updated on 2012-08-08T13:12:30Z at 2012-08-08T13:12:30Z by gissel
babatch 0100003C9F6 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: XC10 failover2012-08-08T12:52:04Z in response to SystemAdminI have the same question.
Our team is going to install XC10 at the customer's site with redundant configuration (collective).
We will have to explain to the customer how to configure session persistence to XC10 collective and how it works.
I very appriciate if someone help me.
gissel 2700039E0H6 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: XC10 failover2012-08-08T13:12:30Z in response to SystemAdminThe XC10 client is a smart client. Upon connecting to the the supplied XC10 one of the first thing that occurs is that the clients gets the information for the entire collective and stores that data so that is has the information it needs handle failover.