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  1. Clustering and Failover

    A Flux cluster is a group of engines that communicate with one another (communicating directly over the network and using the database) to run workflows as efficiently as possible, and to provide a failover mechanism in case one or more engines go down. In a cluster, there is no single point of failure, and any
    Flux 8.0Oct 04, 2018
  2. Servlet.java

    Configuration(); // Server + cluster networking + secured engine + SSL config.setServer(true); config.setSecurityEnabled(true … ); flux.login("admin", "admin"); startupMessage = "*** Flux has been started with Security/SSL enabled, cluster networking enabled, and Server enabled
    Flux 8.0 / … / WebLogicFeb 12, 2018
  3. Technical Specifications

    Java 6 or Java 7 to run. Supported Databases. N Apache Derby (Built into Flux and the default database if none other is selected. Does not cluster. Only … In-memory (In-memory database built into Flux. Data is lost on restart. Does not cluster. Only appropriate for light-duty use.) Note: The JDBC Database Drivers
    Flux 8.0Sep 30, 2019
  4. Repository

    verification has not yet been performed. Promote a Workflow between Environments In Flux, promotion allows you to copy items from the repository of one cluster … up the promote dialog, where you can select which cluster you want to promote the item to. From there, follow the directions on-screen to complete the promotion
    Flux 8.0May 02, 2018
  5. Caching

    separately on all engines in the cluster. Setting a cache type of "LOCAL" or "NONE" on a single engine will not update any other engine's configuration within the cluster, so be sure to update each engine's configuration appropriately when changing the cache type on any one engine. Local Caching With local caching
    Flux 8.0Jun 07, 2015
  6. flux80-240214-1620-34.pdf

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189 1.28 Clustering and Failover … . Expanded Configuration for Cluster Networking Support has been added for configuring using host names in a Flux cluster (instead of IP addresses), allowing users
    Flux 8.0 / … / Flux 8.0 HomeFeb 24, 2014
  7. Engine Configuration

    CLUSTER_NETWORKING_ENABLED Indicates whether networking is enabled in the engine instance when it participates in a cluster. Networking is not required for clustering, but networking increases responsiveness among engine instances across the cluster. By disabling cluster networking, the engine instance still
    Flux 8.0Jun 05, 2019
  8. index.html

    ) & Chrome Frame Remove this if you use the .htaccess --> <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge,chrome=1"> <title>Flux Cluster REST API … first last"><a href="index.html">Flux Cluster REST API</a></div> <div id="primary" class="column span-18 append-1 prepend-1 first last"> <ul
    Flux 8.0 / … / Flux REST APIJan 31, 2013
  9. Certain REST Constraints

    through TCP/IP. In 8.0, the Flux engine’s cluster networking and remote engine invocations all now utilize REST via HTTP or HTTPS. These engine services are core to the processing of Flux and its failover, configuration, and monitoring facilities. While cluster networking can be disabled with a small performance impact
    Flux 8.0Apr 24, 2013
  10. Best Practices

    in a Flux cluster will have synchronized system clocks. There are many reasons why system clocks can deviate and the only safe means to assure synchronization … . A database export of the Flux_Ready Table and Flux Cluster table when Flux is running on a peak processing day. Note that doing a CSV export often does not properly
    Flux 8.0Apr 04, 2018