Tomcat not invalidating sessions

08 Mar

The Cluster module uses the Tomcat JULI logging framework, so you can configure logging through the regular logging.properties file.

To track messages, you can enable logging on the key: .

Currently you can use the domain worker attribute (mod_jk 1.2.8) to build cluster partitions with the potential of having a more scalable cluster solution with the Delta Manager(you'll need to configure the domain interceptor for this).

In order to keep the network traffic down in an all-to-all environment, you can split your cluster into smaller groups.

Another popular concept used to implement clusters is farming, i.e., you deploy your apps only to one server, and the cluster will distribute the deployments across the entire cluster.

This is all capabilities that can go into with the Farm War Deployer (s.

In a synchronous replication mode the request doesn't return until the replicated session has been sent over the wire and reinstantiated on all the other cluster nodes. asynchronous is configured using the combo is 8, which is asynchronous.

I am working on an ATG ecommerce application, where I am using jboss-eap-4.2 server and ATG9.1.

We have a critical security issue which says that after login, the session id does not change.

This can be easily achieved by using different multicast addresses for the different groups.

A very simple setup would look like this: What is important to mention here, is that session replication is only the beginning of clustering.