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 Upload synchronization in managed server in clustered environment

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Posted: 11/09/2006, 1:08 AM

hi all

Can anybody help me, how to syncronize or replecate the downloaded file in all managed server in clustered environment. I mean to say i am using weblogic server and i want to implement load balancing for that i have used clusterring concept, Noe the problem is that when i upload any image it is uploaded only in that managed server where the request is directed by the load balancer. One solution seems to save image as blob in database but i don't want to use this.

Thanks for your suggestions.
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Posted: 11/15/2006, 5:16 AM

Let try copy your file to needed place in after process event.
Sorry my english!
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Posted: 11/15/2006, 3:17 PM

LH_13's reply is a valid one, you could add your own copy statements there targeting the various servers, just be sure to copy from the first target to all the others, as the upload does a move(temp to target).

Another approach, not knowing anything about your environment, would be to have a rsync job watching the image directory and have that job sync the various servers.

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