- sets load balancing weights for clustered instances
configure-lb-weight [--help] --cluster cluster_name instance-name=weight[:instance-name=weight]
The configure-lb-weight subcommand assigns weight to the server instances in a cluster. Weights can be used for HTTP, RMI/IIOP and JMS load balancing. For the HTTP load balancer, the weights are used only if the load balancer's policy is set to weighted-round-robin. The load balancer policy is set in the create-http-lb-ref subcommand or set subcommand.
Use the weight to vary the load going to different instances in the cluster. For example, if an instance is on a machine with more capacity, give it a higher weight so that more requests are sent to that instance by the load balancer. The default weight is 100. If all instances have the default weight, the load balancer performs simple round robin load balancing.
Note - This subcommand is only applicable to Oracle GlassFish Server. This subcommand is not applicable to GlassFish Server Open Source Edition.
Displays the help text for the subcommand.
The name of the cluster.
The name of the instance and the weight you are assigning it. The weight must be an integer. The pairs of instances and weights are separated by colons. For example instance1=1:instance2=4 means that for every five requests, one goes to instance1 and four go to instance2. A weight of 1 is the default.
Example 1 Assigning Load Balancer Weights to Cluster Instances
The following subcommand assigns weights of 1, 1, and 2 to instances i1, i2, and i3 in the cluster1 cluster.
asadmin> configure-lb-weight --cluster cluster1 i1=1:i2=1:i3=2 Command configure-lb-weight executed successfully.
subcommand executed successfully
error in executing the subcommand