[jboss-user] [Clustering/JBoss] - Re: Does clustering require traffic over 1098 as well as 118
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Mon Jul 24 13:53:00 EDT 2006
Thanks for the answer Brian.
I have two machines with multiple interfaces. Clustering traffic is configured to go over bge2, and all other traffic (JNDI/RMI/JMS) is over bge1. If the two machines don't have IP connectivity over bge1 I get the following messages when a new member joins the cluster:
2006.07.21 12:51:20 WARN [org.jgroups.protocols.pbcast.NAKACK] [dino2:11800 (additional data: 17 bytes)] discarded message from non-member 10.10.10.10:11800
When the two machines can see each other over bge1 (as well as bge2), clustering works fine. In this case when a new member joins the cluster, I see traffic over 1098 at the beginning of the join. This is why I was suspecting RMI calls between the servers. Am I missing any obvious reasons why the first case doesn't work? What causes my second machine (10.10.10.10) to go from being a non-member, to being considered a member so that the first machine won't discard it's messages?
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