[jboss-user] [Clustering/JBoss] - Re: Load-balance the invocation of a MBean in the cluster fr
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Thu Dec 11 12:18:55 EST 2008
"cdelory" wrote :
| In the mean time, I figured out another workaround: use the "regular" JRMP proxy factory, which registers a local JNDI name on each target server, and go through HA-JNDI to perform the cluster lookup of one of my registered services. The bad side here is that I cannot really load-balance the service invocations: the HA-JNDI lookup always chooses the first valid response in the response list.
Do you mean this is because the mbean is only deployed on a few servers in your cluster, so most lookups involve a cluster-wide search on the server side, and those cluster wide searches are not returning evenly balanced results? That wouldn't surprise me at all.
If that's not what you mean, hmm, the lookup calls should be load balanced.
anonymous wrote : So, sooner or later, I'll migrate to your workaround or wait the next release.
OK. Note that I marked the issue as resolved for 4.2.4 and 5.0.1, but it could be a real long time before any 4.2.4 comes out; perhaps only the discovery of some critical security issue in 4.2.3 would drive the release of a 4.2.4.
anonymous wrote : I still have the following question, which in fact is not really related to any clustering issue: can I spare this extra MBean declaration (the proxy factory), but still access my remote MBean service through its remote interface (HAServiceRemote in your example)? Or maybe I want to have one's cake and eat it?.
No, to make invocations against the HAServiceRemote type in a remote VM you need an object in that VM that implements the interface and then passes the call back to the server via some transport. That is, you need a proxy. :-)
If you are willing to give up calling against the interface and just make detyped JMX invocations, you can use the AS's JMX Remoting service aka the RMIAdaptor.
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