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Oracle GlassFish Server 3.1-3.1.1 High Availability Administration Guide
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1.  High Availability in GlassFish Server

Overview of High Availability

HTTP Load Balancer Plug-in

High Availability Session Persistence

High Availability Java Message Service

RMI-IIOP Load Balancing and Failover

How GlassFish Server Provides High Availability

Storage for Session State Data

Highly Available Clusters

Clusters, Instances, Sessions, and Load Balancing

SSH for Centralized Cluster Administration

Recovering from Failures

Recovering the Domain Administration Server

Recovering GlassFish Server Instances

Recovering the HTTP Load Balancer and Web Server

Recovering Message Queue

Recovering From Power Failure and Failures Other Than Disk Storage

Recovering from Failure of Disk Storage

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2.  Setting Up SSH for Centralized Administration

3.  Administering GlassFish Server Nodes

4.  Administering GlassFish Server Clusters

5.  Administering GlassFish Server Instances

6.  Administering Named Configurations

7.  Configuring Web Servers for HTTP Load Balancing

8.  Configuring HTTP Load Balancing

9.  Upgrading Applications Without Loss of Availability

10.  Configuring High Availability Session Persistence and Failover

11.  Configuring Java Message Service High Availability

12.  RMI-IIOP Load Balancing and Failover


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For information about planning a high-availability deployment, including assessing hardware requirements, planning network configuration, and selecting a topology, see the Oracle GlassFish Server 3.1 Deployment Planning Guide. This manual also provides a high-level introduction to concepts such as:

For more information about developing applications that take advantage of high availability features, see the Oracle GlassFish Server 3.1 Application Development Guide.

For information on how to configure and tune applications and GlassFish Server for best performance with high availability, see the Oracle GlassFish Server 3.1 Performance Tuning Guide, which discusses topics such as: