I was dealing with the Apache modcluster configuration for the Wildfly load balancing and I ran into the following error The error occurs when the servers are “idle”, that is where there is nore request from the browser for a time longer than the keep alive timeout setting.
Oracle already provides an automatic exclusive locking mechanism for the rows you want to update. However you can override it to customize the performance (for example, if you need consistent data and/or exclusive access for the duration of a whole and more complex transaction). When your application requires consistent data for the duration of the […]
To install apache on Windows, you can download the binary from: http://www.apachehaus.com/cgi-bin/download.plx?dli=gUEJEMjNVWx4EVV9yUsZVTJVlUGRVYSFlUuB3T Then you need to edit the httpd.conf file to change the path to the server root (SRVROOT). It should be something like: Define SRVROOT “C:\Users\laura\httpd-2.4.12-x86-r2\Apache24” If you are running Skype (that listens on the port 80), there will be a conflict In this […]
To set up a cluster of standalone servers you have two possibilites: nodes running on different machine (horizontal scaling) or running on the same machine (vertical scaling). To make a wildfly standalone cluster with 2 nodes on the same machine you can follow the steps below: 1) copy the standalone folder and rename it to […]