Performance and scalability: WebLogic: Does it support multiple VM's?
Does anyone know if BEA Weblogic 5.1 (Enteprise) supports multiple Java VM's with a single J2EE application server?
- Posted by: Richard Landon
- Posted on: September 05 2000 14:23 EDT
It seems that only a single JVM can be used per IP address if I understand the WebLogic architecture correctly.
Then again, there's no guarantee of that!
- WebLogic: Does it support multiple VM's? by Gene Chuang on September 06 2000 02:20 EDT
- WebLogic: Does it support multiple VM's? by Dimitri Rakitine on September 06 2000 15:30 EDT
- WebLogic: Does it support multiple VM's? by Gene Chuang on September 07 2000 02:47 EDT
I'm not quite sure what you mean by "multiple Java VM's with a single J2EE application server"...
However, I do know Weblogic supports multiple app server instances running in cluster on the same physical box, as long as the the box has a multiple NICs (hence multiple IP addresses).
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No it does not. As far as I know only Gemstone/J does that.
Of course Weblogic does! We're currently running 4 clustered Weblogic 5.1 App Server instances on each of our two Sun Solaris box for a total of 8 clustered app servers!
(And actually, I take back what I said about needing multiple NICs... you can set up multiple IP aliases through a single NIC).
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Exactly - one JVM per one Weblogic server instance (single VM).
Multi-VM architecture means that single server instance can consist of multiple JVMs, or multiple pools of JVMs, which results in better scaling. For more information on this subject check Gemstone web site: http://www.gemstone.com
With Inprise application server also you can start, for example, multiple ejb containers out of process within the same server instance.
Final :) Not in your sence, Weblogic only has on VM per server instance. I just wanted to add that JBoss also uses the multipule VM method.