This IBMAr RedbooksAr publication contains a summary of the leading practices for implementing and managing a WebSphereAr eXtreme Scale installation. The information in this book is a result of years of experience that IBM has had in with production WebSphere eXtreme Scale implementations. The input was received from specialists, architects, and other practitioners who have participated in engagements around the world. The book provides a brief introduction to WebSphere eXtreme Scale and an overview of the architecture. It then provides advice about topology design, capacity planning and tuning, grid configuration, ObjectGrid and backing map plug-ins, application performance tips, and operations and monitoring. This book is written for a WebSphere eXtreme Scale-knowledgeable audience.Example 7-9 Confirming that quorum is enabled CWOBJ3142I: This WebSphere Application Server is not associated with a ... startOgServer.sh cs1 -quorum true - catalogServiceEndPoints cs1:myserver1.company.com:6601:6602, cs2: myserver2.company.com:6601:6602, ... If a data center failure occurs, manual administrator actions are required to remove the failed catalog server from the quorum.
|Title||:||WebSphere eXtreme Scale Best Practices for Operation and Management|
|Author||:||Ying Ding, Bertrand Fayn, Art Jolin, Hendrik Van Run, Carla Sadtler, Chunmo Son, Sukumar Subburaj, Tong Xie, IBM Redbooks|
|Publisher||:||IBM Redbooks - 2011-08-22|