Re: Why Tomcat Session Replication requires Sticky Sessions

2017-09-29 Thread Mark Thomas
On 29 September 2017 15:38:12 BST, "Singh, Rahul (CWM-NR)" 
 wrote:
>Hi,
>We are using Tomcat 7
>My question is - Why does Tomcat Session Replication require Sticky
>sessions to be enabled?

It doesn't.

>We cannot have a sticky session setup in our servers, due to policy
>issues. To maintain session state across different machines, we were
>planning to use session replication. But it seems stickiness is a
>pre-condition for session replication. Why? Is it not a replacement for
>sticky sessions?

Sticky sessions are advisable in some configurations.

Since you haven't explained what you are trying do or provided your cluster 
configuration...

Mark


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Why Tomcat Session Replication requires Sticky Sessions

2017-09-29 Thread Singh, Rahul (CWM-NR)
Hi,
We are using Tomcat 7
My question is - Why does Tomcat Session Replication require Sticky sessions to 
be enabled?
We cannot have a sticky session setup in our servers, due to policy issues. To 
maintain session state across different machines, we were planning to use 
session replication. But it seems stickiness is a pre-condition for session 
replication. Why? Is it not a replacement for sticky sessions?
Regards,
Rahul

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