I am currently trying to build high availability for all the applications that my company is building..
all the applications are currently in AWS..
I want to use ELB to do this..
For example.. Confluence
So far.. I have exact same configuration files (installation directories and Home-directories) in 2 servers
I was using one server until now..
When i try to access to the second server.. it is asking me to rebuild (even with all the same files)..
in this case.. do i have to create another database for it?
how does Load Balancer work for this applications?
Two options 1) Go to Confluence Data Centre instead ( See https://www.atlassian.com/enterprise/data-center/ ) 2) Accept that you can NOT cluster/load balance Confluence and build a system that is as close as you can get. On point 2, the best you can do is to have an active/passive config. One active Confluence server running normally, and a second *offline*. You can replicate the database behind them, and a lot of the data so that your failover process is "stop broken Confluence, flip the database from passive to activer, start second Confluence and re-index it", but you can't do active-active (You can, of course stick this behind a load balancer to handle traffic during failover)
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