The objective for High Availability (HA) is to provide failover,so that if one server in the cluster goes down, then the other servers should be able to take over.
The objective for load balancing is to distribute the load among the servers in the cluster and provide the best response time to the end user.
How to implement this solution using Apache Web Server + Mod JK + Tomcat ?
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Wow, January 2010 nearly come to the end.
This is my first post for this year. Hopefully, I can share more information in this blog. Mostly on my project that I currently involve.
I got so many things to share. It’s about LeBAH,Java,Apache Velocity,Oracle 11G,Apache Web Server,Tomcat Application Server,Load balancing,Mod_JK,Clustering,jQuery,scriptaculous,iReport and many more but stuck on how to write it in a proper way.
So, here you go. I will write whatever I like in my own way. As for my blog title suggest, it’s about me,myself,english and programming.
Hopefully this will be my good start.
p/s: Do what you can with what you have, where you are !
2009 is the busiest year for me. So many things happen in my life.Bad things,good things and everything in between.
Kak long nak masuk darjah 1 isnin nie.
My new hero, Thaqif Ramadhan
All in all, thanks to Allah I’m still surviving…
To solve this problem, click on the JVM Settings under the Tomcat option and add these JVM Parameters. It will start Tomcat with 512Mb minimum heap size, increasing to 1Gb.
These give Tomcat enough heap size to load all the webapps.(well..it’s depending on your application also of course..)
p/s: it’s november already…