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IBM WebSphere: Deployment and Advanced Configuration by Roland Barcia, Keys Botzum, Tom Alcott, Bill Hines

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HTTP Server Plug-In Configuration

The last step in creating a WSGW cluster involves modifying the plugin-cfg.xml file used by the HTTP server plug-in to reflect the implicit server cluster you've just created[9] by consolidating the multiple ServerCluster entries that exist for each application server running the WSGW into a single ServerCluster entry. Start by generating a new HTTP server plug-in, using either the genPluginCfg script, wsadmin, or the admin console. Once you have a new configuration file, open it with a text-editing tool such as Notepad, Emacs, or vi and perform the following modifications. These modifications will essentially trick the HTTP server plug-in into treating the WSGW servers as if they were in a cluster.

[9] You have ...

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