[opencms-dev] OpenCms on 2 Servers

Isaac R. Higgins isaac.higgins at isaacray.com
Thu Feb 19 19:26:30 CET 2009


yes, in the opencms properties file just point all your appservers to the same database.  You will probably want to create a scheduled task that clears the jsp cache on a regular interval because sometimes a published item on a different server will not be updated on all the other servers.

You will also want to schedule a task that does the search indexing since it is stored in the RFS and wouldn't know to update if the publish were executed from a different server.

-----Original Message-----
From: opencms-dev-bounces at opencms.org on behalf of Dave Schoorl
Sent: Thu 2/19/2009 1:20 PM
To: The OpenCms mailing list
Subject: Re: [opencms-dev] OpenCms on 2 Servers
 
Why not use two databases in a master/slave setup, the master 
replicating all changes to the slave? Just checkout the MySQL 
documentation on how to do this.


Vahe Momjian wrote:
> Hello Everyone.
>
> Have anyone before such an Example of using same OpenCms database and 
> 2 App servers that are working with the same DB.
>
> The meaning is that one server is used for online public access, and 
> there will be no admin part on it.
> And the second one will be for development.
>
> It this possible?
>
> And if it is not poosible then , How to make the the both servers to 
> work each with own DB, but having the same content on it, so when I 
> delete one Structured content the second one will also be deleted.
>
> I have found Alkacon OCEE Cluster Package 
> <http://www.alkacon.com/en/products/ocee/cluster_package/index.html>, 
> will this give me some solution?
>
> Thank you.
>
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