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  • Latest Post - ‏2012-07-31T22:09:55Z by lisaw
Erwin_Karbasi
Erwin_Karbasi
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Pinned topic isCatalog and domainName in property file

‏2012-07-27T08:29:09Z |
Hello Masters,

We are using OSGI blueprint xml file to administrating (Stop/Start) our WXS servers.

We have defined "serverPropertyFile" in our catalog server blueprint xml in order loading the server properties from a catalog.properties file.

We have figured out that the "isCatalog" and "domainName" don't identify/read on the starting of the catalog. After we have defined them directly in the blueprint xml like: isCatalog="true" and domainName="A" they are identified.

Following the log from the catalog server after definition of domainName=myDomain in the catalog.properties:


[7/26/12 19:49:25:789 IDT] 00000001 CatalogServic I   CWOBJ8106I: The master catalog service cluster activated with cluster CatalogCluster[DefaultDomain, 1 master: 0 standbys]   Jul 26, 2012 7:49:26 PM 

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null     [7/26/12 19:53:32:334 IDT] 0000000b ClusterStore  I   CWOBJ1132I: An updated routing entry 

for domain:grid:epoch DefaultDomain:SubscriberGrid: 1343321612214 was obtained from the catalog server.   Jul 26, 2012 7:53:32 PM 

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Your assistance would be appreciated,
Erwin
Updated on 2012-07-31T22:09:55Z at 2012-07-31T22:09:55Z by lisaw
  • Erwin_Karbasi
    Erwin_Karbasi
    186 Posts

    Re: isCatalog and domainName in property file

    ‏2012-07-31T05:36:20Z  
    I would appreciate it if you must guide me.
    Do i need open a PMR?
  • lisaw
    lisaw
    101 Posts

    Re: isCatalog and domainName in property file

    ‏2012-07-31T22:09:55Z  
    I would appreciate it if you must guide me.
    Do i need open a PMR?
    Hello Erwin,

    We would be happy to look at the issue, please open a PMR.

    • Lisa

    Websphere eXtreme Scale Development