Internal replication domain collection
View and manage replicator instances used within a cell. Replicators can transfer both application data and any internal data used to maintain the application data among WebSphere Application Server run-time processes in a cluster of appservers.Environment > Internal Replication Domains.
Using replicators, you can replicate HttpSession data among processes and retrieve the HttpSession if the process that currently maintains the HttpSession fails. Further, you can distribute across a cell the creation, modification, and invalidation of cached data maintained by a Web container's dynamic caching.
If you are using replication for HttpSession failover, you will likely need to filter where the session replicates to. For example, only replicate to two places out of many. The global default settings define the partition size or number of groups and the session manager settings define the groups to which a particular instance belongs. Filtering is less important if you are using replication to distribute information on cached data maintained by a Web container's dynamic caching.
The default is to define a replication domain for a cluster when creating the cluster. However, you can create a new domain from this page. Click New and follow the instructions on the page displayed.
Clicking Delete deletes a domain and all replicators defined under the domain.
- Specifies a name for the replication domain.
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Internal replication domain settings
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