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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

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

About Named Configurations

Types of Named Configurations

The default-config Configuration

Automatically Created Configurations

Directory for Configuration Synchronization

Creating, Listing, and Deleting Named Configurations

To Create a Named Configuration

To List the Named Configurations in a Domain

To List the Targets of a Named Configuration

To Delete a Named Configuration

Modifying Properties for Named Configurations and Instances

Properties for Port Numbers in a Named Configuration

To Modify a Named Configuration's Properties

To Modify Port Numbers of an Instance

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


Chapter 6

Administering Named Configurations

A named configuration is a set of configuration information for GlassFish Server instances and clusters. A configuration sets port numbers for listeners that an instance or a cluster uses and defines settings for items such as the EJB container, security, logging, and monitoring. Applications and resources are not defined in named configurations.

GlassFish Server enables you to create configurations for use by clusters and instances. GlassFish Server creates configurations automatically for clusters and instances that do not reference an existing configuration. You can modify any existing named configuration regardless of how the configuration was created.

The following topics are addressed here: