On Nov 14, 2008, at 12:02 AM, YoKay wrote:

>
> I have a question:
>
> Is cluster-store/tcp-store only available in resin 3.x pro version ?

Correct.

> I think for 2.1.7 it was allowed in non pro version.

I believe that was true.  2.1 split the pro/non-pro by APIs, while 3.x  
splits by clustering/performance/reliability, but includes all the  
APIs in the non-pro.

-- Scott

>
>
> It would be very nice if some one can clarify.
>
> Thanks.
>
>
> Scott Ferguson wrote:
>>
>>
>> On Mar 17, 2008, at 10:15 AM, Chad Cannell wrote:
>>
>>> What is the difference between tcp-store and cluster-store?
>>
>> They're the same.  cluster-store is the newer name.  tcp-store is  
>> just
>> for backward compatibility.
>>
>> If you turn on "finer" logging, you should see the size of the  
>> session
>> getting stored.
>>
>> -- Scott
>>
>>>
>>>
>>> c
>>>
>>> On Fri, 2008-03-14 at 15:18 -0400, Chad Cannell wrote:
>>>> We currently have a Resin cluster of 25 nodes, configured to use  
>>>> JDBC
>>>> persistence. We typically have around 140,000 active sessions.
>>>>
>>>> I am considering moving to cluster store persistence. We have been
>>>> running on a single MySQL database. I have started to look into
>>>> clustring it and thoght maybe cluster store would be better.
>>>>
>>>> Our app doesn't use the session for anything other than login state
>>>> and
>>>> the cluster simply provides SSO and LB.
>>>>
>>>> How would I go about determining what memory consumption our  
>>>> sessions
>>>> would add to each node's JVM? Is there any documentation that would
>>>> show
>>>> how much memory 1 session would take in it's basic form? I could  
>>>> then
>>>> extrapilate that out to our load.
>>>>
>>>> Any perf gain/loss by going to cluster store?
>>>>
>>>> My goal is better HA of session data and no performance  
>>>> degradation.
>>>>
>>>> -3
>>>>
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