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Clonning problem

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I have a websphere 3.5.4 AE on solaris 8.
I have a question for you.
I have an application which connects to another mechine (also solaris)
using sockets to get some calculation to be done and get back the response.
I want to clone this application server.
If I do so, should I have to use different sockets to connect to the
calculation server?
(since each clone is running physically on two different JVMs)
If yes,here comes the problem.
In my application I configure the socket ports in a xml file
and it is used by my JSPs and servlet.
If I clone my application serve, how do i tell my
second clone to use a different xml file?.
If I remember well, both the clones share every application resource
like jsps, servlets, htmls, xmls, etc.
I do not find any such information from RedBook or Info Center.
Could you help me understanding this?
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