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Hi,
here's my problem. I have a web app that's deployed on a tomcat cluster. i have a requirement in the application, that the admin can kill some user sessions when he wishes. for that we need the session details of all the users which we can save it in the application. now, the problem is that, how do we know which session is attached with which tomcat instance of the cluster?

is there a way, where we can get this information or , can we send information to the proxy server, etc. to kill the required user session ?
please help. any other suggestions are also welcome.

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