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Old 10-30-2009, 05:34 PM
aebnadmin aebnadmin is offline
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Angry Resin 4.0.1 JDBC Persistent Store

Hey, I am trying to get JDBC persistance working with 4.0.1 Resin Pro, with Licence

I have combed through the docs and hacked together what seems to be correct. No errors on boot and can see the JDBC datasource get created.
use-persistent-store is set to true, though JMX reports it is null.

Trying to get it to work with just the minimal install with the admin app, but no luck.

Problem is, the sessions still get written to local filesystem datastore.

Anyone have a resin.xml example on how this should be configured?
Are there known 4.0.1 JDBC Session Persistence bugs?


Trying to move from 3.0.19 to 4.0.1
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Old 10-30-2009, 08:53 PM
nam nam is offline
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4.0 does not have the option to use a jdbc for the persistent store. Instead, all sessions are stored and replicated in your cluster of servers.
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Old 12-08-2010, 07:24 AM
rein rein is offline
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Default Use a jdbc for the persistent store in Resin 4.0.13

Im using Resin 4.0.13 Pro with a licence and facing the same issue as mentioned in the above post. i.e cannot get the JDBC persistance working.

Since this was a one year old post ,I just wanted to confirm that Resin 4.0.13also does not have the option to use a jdbc for the persistent store.

Also since i am upgrading from Resin 3.1.3 and have used a jdbc for the persistent store is there any patch or workaround you can suggest inorder to enable jdbc for the persistent storage of sessions in Resin 4.0.13

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