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[GLASSFISH-16482] [UB]We need to document restrictions on cloud configuration if an app client is using RMI-IIOP and IIOP FOLB. Created: 27/Apr/11 Updated: 15/Mar/13 Resolved: 15/Mar/13
|Fix Version/s:||not determined|
|Reporter:||Ken Cavanaugh||Assignee:||Paul Davies|
|Remaining Estimate:||Not Specified|
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|Participants:||Ken Cavanaugh, Mike Fitch and Paul Davies|
As discussed in RFEs 16480 and 16481, there are some issues with the use of IIOP FOLB in a cloud
1. All instances in the cloud-based GF cluster must have iiop listeners configured on publicly accessible
2. All instances in the cloud-based GF cluster must have statically-assigned (that is, not using DHCP)
Without these restrictions, IIOP cannot be used in a cloud-based cluster.
|Comment by Paul Davies [ 20/Dec/11 01:14 AM ]|
[UB]: Unbundled documentation
|Comment by Mike Fitch [ 15/Mar/13 09:19 PM ]|
This issue is being closed as invalid because it calls for documentation of a limitation that doesn't exist, given that the situation that would give rise to the limitation is not a committed feature of any in-progress or planned GlassFish release.