The load balancer plug-in shipped with Sun Java System Application Server uses a configuration file called loadbalancer.xml. Use the asadmin utility to create a load balancer configuration in the domain.xml file. After configuring the load balancing environment, export it from domain.xml to a loadbalancer.xml file.
Export a loadbalancer.xml file using the asadmin command export-http-lb-config.
Export the loadbalancer.xml file for a particular load balancer configuration. You can specify a path and a different file name. If you don’t specify a file name, the file is named loadbalancer.xml. load-balancer-config-name. If you don’t specify a path, the file is created in the domain-dir/generated directory.
To specify a path on Windows, use quotes around the path. For example, "C:\Sun\AppServer\loadbalancer.xml" .
Copy the exported load balancer configuration file to the web server’s configuration directory.
For example, for the Sun Java System Web Server, that location usually is web-server-root/config .
The load balancer configuration file in the web server’s configuration directory must be named loadbalancer.xml. If your file has a different name, such as loadbalancer.xml. load-balancer-config-name, you must rename it.