Adding new nodes to Jackrabbit cluster

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Adding new nodes to Jackrabbit cluster

John Chilton
I want confirmation if the below steps are indeed necessary when adding a
new node to Jackrabbit. I want to be able to add new nodes on the fly, and
if for each node dynamically added, these steps must be followed.
https://wiki.apache.org/jackrabbit/Clustering
Easily add new cluster nodes* Shutdown one of your instances* Get the
current revision number that instance was from your database* Copy your
whole Jackrabbit repository directory to another server/location* Start
your original Jackrabbit again* Change the copied repository.xml with a new
nodename in your clusterconfig* Add that nodename to your DB in
JOURNAL_LOCAL_REVISIONS with the number from the original instance* Start
your new Jackrabbit instance (or keep it for backup purposes)

Thanks

-John
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KÖLL Claus
Hi !

That's exactly what you have to do when you add a new cluster member

greets
claus

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I want confirmation if the below steps are indeed necessary when adding a
new node to Jackrabbit. I want to be able to add new nodes on the fly, and
if for each node dynamically added, these steps must be followed.
https://wiki.apache.org/jackrabbit/Clustering
Easily add new cluster nodes* Shutdown one of your instances* Get the
current revision number that instance was from your database* Copy your
whole Jackrabbit repository directory to another server/location* Start
your original Jackrabbit again* Change the copied repository.xml with a new
nodename in your clusterconfig* Add that nodename to your DB in
JOURNAL_LOCAL_REVISIONS with the number from the original instance* Start
your new Jackrabbit instance (or keep it for backup purposes)

Thanks

-John
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