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GeoServer Cookbook by Stefano Iacovella

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Storing configurations in an RDBMS

Since the first few releases, GeoServer stores configuration data in a folder. This is the default way to persist information and is also the most used method. It allows you to configure a cluster configuration, with more than one GeoServer instance pointing at the same directory. In order to avoid data corruption, you just have to disable the integrated GeoWebCache and carefully avoid editing configuration from more than one GeoServer admin interface at the same time.

Note

For more information about how to configure GeoServer to run multiple instances in parallel, refer to my previous book, GeoServer's Beginners Guide, Packt Publishing.

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