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Tomcat Clustering with Session Persistence

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We have currently started using tomcat 7.0 in our development environment. Following are the configuration Details :

Tomcat Version : 7.0.55
Java Version :1.7.0.67

We have a requirement to implement clustering for one of our applications . The same application's active but idle sessions need to be persisted to a JDBC store . We have a small cluster of just two nodes so as recommended we need to use DeltaManager but for session persistence we need to use PersistentManager . PersistentManager is not recommended for clustering as the session data is not swapped out in real time.As far as I understand , we can only use one of the manager configurations .

Can you please let me know if it is possible to achieve session persistence along with clustering , If yes how can we achieve the same ?

posted Oct 28, 2014 by anonymous

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