Well, aside from preventing the crash/deadlock that occurred this 
morning, is there anything specific I should do to prep our cluster for 
"prime time" use?

We've had relatively light usage of our 2 server cluster for the last 
few months with very few problems and clustering seems to work well 
(with the exception of this morning). I've upped the -Xmx param on the 
servers to 75% of the physical memory (some time ago). I've configured 
our database cluster to allow 750 connections and upped Hibernate to use 
150 (for the moment) connections.

Otherwise, we are starting with a stock config file.

Any other suggestion?

Any internal monitoring I can do on the servers themselves to determine 
how much of their resource pool is used up?


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