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JBoss 3.2.6/ 3.2.7 Clustering & Failover Issue

 
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Hi All,

I am trying to cluster the two jboss which resides on two differnt machine. When I start the two jboss it is started properly and when I send the request to them from the tomcat the requests are properly load balance across both the servers. Now when I stop the one jboss from this then failover is not properly working and on the tomcat log the jndi lookup is giving error.

Following is jndi properties which I have changed for the clustered jboss environment

java.naming.provider.url=192.168.2.164:1100,192.168.1.134:1100

Here there is one jboss on 192.168.2.164 & another jboss is on 192.168.1.134 and 1100 is the HAJndi Port

I have tried the same with JBoss 3.2.6 & 3.2.7 versions. Both is giving me the same error. Here please note that load balance is working so I can assume that the clustering has been done properly.

Can anyone please give me some idea where I am doing the mistakes and what I have to write in the java.naming.provider.url ?

Waiting for your reply and Thanks in advance.

Thanks & Regards,
Hetal
 
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