Cofluence 3.1 on standalone with Oracle 10g Cluster.
In weblogic there is a multi datasource which from my understanding is load balancing between datasource 1 and datasource 2.
Is there a way to do this in Tomcat?
I had a whole paragraph ready for you and then answers went down. SO, now I'm forced to retype what I typed up a couple hours ago before the site went down....
Ok. So what I said previously, was something like this. What I think you want to do is loadbalance apache in front of two tomcat instances that run against separate datasources.
You'll do this with the mod_proxy and reference them via the workers.properties file in apache as described here:
This doesn't seem as descriptive as my first response, but let me know if this points you in the right direction.
Hope this helps!
I will try that. I was a little confused because with weblogic, the datasource listed in confluence-cfg.xml file on both nodes is the multi source(load balancing).
Are you saying I just configure datasource 1 in server.xml on node 1 and datasource 2 in server.xml on node 2 and then use the above to load balance between the two?
Yup, that's exactly what I'm saying. The load balancer should handle.... balancing the load :) between the two tomcat instances. Each TC instance referencing it's own datasource. I'm wondering though, if you're referencing two different datasources, aren't you going to have two different sets of data? Is this a failover mechanism you're trying to put in place so that if you have to you can have database replication and then flip the switch to datasource 2?
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