Matthew Serrano wrote:
> We are running a two node Resin 4.0.12 cluster behind Barracuda 440 
> Load Balancers. I start one server (server-a) in the cluster and log 
> into an app (e.g. generate a session). I then start the second server 
> (server-b) in the cluster (wait for it to completely start) and then 
> shut down server-a. I then click a link in the application I 
> previously logged into at which point my application cannot find my 
> session and I have to log in again. I can run the same steps 
> (reversing the servers) and generate the behavior again and again.
>
> Is this a valid test case for session replication? I would expect that 
> the session information is transmitted across the cluster and when I 
> click the link I would be seamlessly directed to server-b which would 
> have my session information.
>
> Is anyone else running Resin 4.0.12 in a cluster behind hardware load 
> balancers? If so, have you experienced and/or are you willing to test 
> this behavior?

Can you send the finer logs on both sides for this issue? (I'm pretty 
sure I sent a mail on Friday asking for the same information.)

It's possible there's some problem either serializing the session data 
or sending it for some reason.

-- Scott

>
> *Key Resin config entries:*
> <web-app-default>
> ...
> *<session-config use-persistent-store="true" 
> always-save-session="true" />*
> ...
> </web-app-default>
>
> <cluster id="app-tier">
> ...
> <server-default>
> ...
> <host port="80"/>
> ...
> </server-default>
> ...
> <server id="server-a" address="10.1.1.2" port="6800"/> 
> <server id="server-b" address="10.1.1.3" port="6800"/>
> <persistent-store type="cluster" />
> ...
> </cluster>
>
>
> thanks
> matt
>
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