Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1000909
About High-Availability and Load Balancing Clusters subsystem list is awkward/wrong
Last modified: 2016-02-21 19:56:30 EST
Title: About High-Availability and Load Balancing Clusters
The list of subsystems which can be made highly available is awkward and partially incorrect.
1) It lists "JNDI services", but EAP 6 does not support HA JNDI.
2) "Some of the subsystems that can be made highly available are: Instances of the Application Server ..." sounds strange, as instances of the server aren't subsystems of the server.
3) "Some of the subsystems that can be made highly available are: ... The web server, whether it is the internal JBoss Web server, Apache HTTPD, Microsoft IIS, Oracle iPlanet Web Server, or Apache Tomcat ..." is again strange as they aren't subsystems. They are programs which can be used to make the web container highly available.
4) HTTP sessions - these can be made highly available, but they're not really a subsystem.
Aside from any other changes, it might be better to use a different word than "subsystem", since that has a specific meaning in the context of JBoss configuration. "Components" maybe?
I assume the fix should be here in 6.1.1 doc: http://documentation-devel.engineering.redhat.com/docs/en-US/Red_Hat_JBoss_Enterprise_Application_Platform/6.1.1/html/Administration_and_Configuration_Guide/chap-HTTP_Clustering_and_Load_Balancing.html#About_High-Availability_and_Load_Balancing_Clusters
(this is the place where QA verifies documentation changes, not docbuilder)
But no change is visible there. Also, after 2 days I don't see any change on the docbuilder link either. Please set to ON_QA once the change is visible on documentation stage.
Jan, this is flagged for 6.2, not 6.1.1. Sorry for the confusion.
Flagged for 6.2 - ok, but I think there is no reason to not fix it in 6.1.1 too :)
Seems ok to me now. Thanks!