To my knowledge, the only thing that needs to be configured is normal
directory read/write permissions.
On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 8:43 AM, wwang2016 <wayne.w...@impactmobile.com>
> I set up two wildfly instances (activemq is imbeded) in a cluster using
> shared-store approach. I was testing the messaging high availability by
> allow one wildfly instance (#1) to create all messages, and both instances
> were able to process the messages. In the middle, I shut down instance #1,
> and check if all messages can be processed by the remaining live wildfly
> When I let the application to create 3000 to 5000 messages in one shot in
> instance #1, and allow both instances to process messages (save into
> database), then shut down instance #1, I can see all messages were
> eventually processed by instance #2, indicating the cluster queue was
> configured properly. In addition, no paging directory was created
> When I let the application to create 10000 messages in one shot in instance
> #1, and allow both instances to process messages. I saw a paging directory
> was created. I then shut down instance #1, and let instance #2 to continue
> to process the remaining messages. However, not all messages were
> I had to restart instance #1 to consume all remaining messages in the
> directory. It looks like the paging directory was not accessible to cluster
> Is there any additional configuration that is required to allow cluster
> member to access paging directory?
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