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How to Load Balance the Federation Proxy Replication Connections between the Participants of the Active-Active Topology? (Doc ID 2847056.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 10, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Coherence - Version 12.2.1.4.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

The federation participants’ configuration affects the load balancing.

Each Coherence cluster in a federation must be defined as a federation participant. Federation participants are defined in an operational override file. The operational override file for each cluster in the federation must include the list of participants to be federated. The list of participants must include the local cluster participant and remote cluster participants.
To define federation participants, include any number of <participant> elements within the <participants> element. Use the <name> element to define a name for the participant and the <remote-addresses> element to define the address and port of at least one cache server or proxy that is located in the participant cluster. Enter the cluster port if you are using the NameService service to look up ephemeral ports. Entering an exact port is typically only used for environments which cannot use the NameService service for address lookups.

 

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