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Using WebLogic Server Clusters



Clustered Services

Load Balancing


Cluster-Wide Naming Service

Clustered EJB

EJB Homes

Stateless EJBs

Stateful EJBs

Entity EJBs

Clustered RMI

Clustered Servlets

Administering WebLogic Clusters

General Requirements

Typical Configurations


Setting up the Network

Setting up the Shared File System

Setting up the Files


Setting up HTTP servlets

Using In-Memory State Replication with a Proxy Server

Setting up the Proxy Server

Setting up the WebLogic Cluster

Using JDBC Session Persistence

Setting Up Enterprise JavaBeans

Starting the WebLogic Server and Joining a Cluster

Starting with Defaults

Details on Starting WebLogic in a Clustered Environment

Command Line Properties

Advanced Properties

Per-Server Properties

Stopping a Server in a Cluster

Special Considerations for Clients of a Cluster


Checklist A-1

Obtain a Cluster-Enabled License for WebLogic Server A-1

Obtain an IP Address for each Server to be Started in the Cluster A-1

Obtain a Multicast Address for Intra-Cluster Communications A-2

Determine The Server Connection Port A-2

Install WebLogic Server into a (Shared) File System in the Cluster A-3

Customize WebLogic Server for a Cluster A-3

Create and Customize a Startup Script for each Server in the Cluster A-4

Start the Individual Servers in the Cluster A-5

Troubleshooting a Cluster B-1

The WebLogic Cluster API C-1

How to use the API C-1