Server Configuration

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Server Configuration

The configuration of a Web server really depends on the server itself. There is no standard approach.

Load Balancer (Required)

Be sure to configure sticky session on your load balancer because ZK only works correctly on this setting.

Check ZK, you will see there are lots of synchronized used in many methods including:

  • generate desktop ID
  • addPage(), removePage()
  • enableServerPush()
  • processing server push update

The keyword synchronized only works in a single JVM, so it’s impossible to keep the same state between 2 different nodes with session replication if 2 nodes receive requests at roughly the same time.

Each AU request changes a Desktop's status of a session, if 2 AU requests are processed by 2 different clustering nodes and each one has its own session, then one session state might override another session.

Apache + Tomcat

For configuring Apache + Tomcat, please refer to

More detail settings

Google App Engine

For configuring Google App Engine, please refer to

Apache + JBoss

For configuring JBoss, please refer to


For configuring Glassfish, please refer to


For configuring WebLogic, please refer to

Last Update : 2024/02/05

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