In this video, learn how to navigate issues associated with starting two standalone instances on the same machine and deploy an application to the clustered instances.
- [Instructor] Starting WildFly in domain mode … we'll type bin domain SH and hit enter. … The logs will show a server one and a server two. … And everything is started, 79 of 81 services. … In our browser, going to a new incognito window, … we'll type HTTP 127 zero zero one 99 90. … We'll hit enter. … From there we're going to navigate to the deployment … section and this should look different … from the standalone mode. … We have this nice little picture diagram … that indicates we will deploy to a server group … instead of an individual server. … So on the left we're going to click on the groups link. … You'll notice that currently there are two … different server groups created by default in domain mode. … For our purposes, we'll go ahead and use … the main server group. … Clicking on this, we see it has no deployments currently. … So let's deploy a DB driver. … Click on the plus symbol, upload new deployment, click here. … Again, we're going to go to our downloads, … select the my SQL driver, click okay, …
AuthorMichael D. Rodgers, Jr
- Installing Tomcat
- Adding database drivers in Tomcat
- Tomcat clustering
- Installing WebLogic
- Deploying WAR files in WebLogic
- WebLogic clustering
- Installing WildFly
- Standalone vs. domain-mode clustering in WildFly
- Installing Payara
- Remote instance clustering in Payara
Skill Level Intermediate
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