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Sandeep Awasthi
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Hi All,

I have three queries.

1) What is difference between cluster and mangaged server and
2) If we have two managed servers, do we have to deploy same ear,war,jars to both servers?
3) Do managed servers run on different ports ?

Suppose I deployed test1.jsp on managed server1 and test2.jsp on managed server2. Will the url to access these two jsp files will differ?

Thanks in advance.

Rajesh
 
Ankit Doshi
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2) If we have two managed servers, do we have to deploy same ear,war,jars to both servers?

I believe yes. If you want a ear/war/jar to be deployed on more than one servers, you need to deploy it on all of those servers. However, while deploying the application, you can select multiple target servers. By doing this the app will be deployed on all the selected target servers in one go.


3) Do managed servers run on different ports ?

Yes, different managed servers has to run on different ports.
 
Sandeep Awasthi
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Thanks Ankit
 
Amit M Tank
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1) What is difference between cluster and mangaged server


Cluster can have more than one managed servers.


2) If we have two managed servers, do we have to deploy same ear,war,jars to both servers?

Not necessarily. You can deploy different application (ear,war) in different managed servers.


3) Do managed servers run on different ports ?


Yes. You specify the port when you create the managed server in weblogic
[ June 26, 2007: Message edited by: Amit M Tank ]
 
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