well one slice is cool with me- just wanted to see it working still when one of the servers poped; hay np leaming it with one for now...
discovery: in my document i put:
I assume you mram the client side FakeDiscovery.xml (or whatever you called your own copy if you renamed it.).
You need to reset the server-side deployment XML file. In fact, ina real back end thats all you would change as the disovery manager would create the client-side doc for you from the server side info.
the ip being the address of the location of the server. on the server i didnt change anything. do i need to change things there also? i do have a discovery.xml, but theres nothing in that file but the root <discovery> tags. i even opened the port 2049 across the whole network here- just to see if it was that
... i must be missing something?
If you waited about 90 seconds and the discovery.xml created byu the DiscoveryManager ahs ntohign but root tags then you dont have anything actually installed into your server.
Loo kat the SGS-apps.conf file. It points to an XML deployment descriptor for each app tht is installed. Those need to be changed to reflect the actual port you want to receieve conenctions on.
If you chnage those, start everything up, and wait about 90 seconds you SHOULD get a discovery.xml generated that shows all your apps. (The same as the FakeDiscovery.xml, ifyou did your FakeDiscovery.xml right).