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FW - Configure Multiple Threadpoolworker Clusters Across Several Hosts (Doc ID 1327117.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 11, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Utilities Framework - Version to 4.1.0 [Release 2.2 to 4.1]
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**Disclaimer:** This KM article may include the following abbreviations:

TPW - Threadpoolworker
OUAF/FW - Oracle Utilities Framework
CCB/CC&B - Oracle Utilities Customer Care and Billing

In our production environment we want to configure multiple threadpoolworkers clusters across several hosts. That is to have instances of threadpoolworkers running in the same box but configured for different clusters.

For instance: we want to have a couple of TPW running in server 1 (lets name those TPW: TPWS1-1 and TPWS1-2) and another couple of TPW running in server 2 (TPWS2-1 and TPWS2-2).
We want to define the clusters in a cross-server basis, in the example we want to define a cluster with (TPWS1-1,TPWS2-1) and another with (TPWS1-2, TPWS2-2).

We need to know how to deal with the configuration files involved in the procedure: ( (

As far as we know we cannot use more than one .properties file to start 2 instances in the same host that use different properties (and we need to do that because both instances have different properties because they are members of different clusters).

How to manage two different clusters in the same host since there is only a script that refers to file?

Is our configuration (clusters in a cross-server basis) something that Oracle allows to do?

If the anwser is yes (we assume that), which is the best way to reach this goals in terms of the files involved in the cluster's configuration?


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