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Has anyone installed advanced clustering in either a test or production environment? If so, how is it working for you?
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I am interested in this feature as well. Any successful story?
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I'm attempting to build a cluster and I have two standalone nodes sharing a DB but when I added the advanced clustering option to the first node it worked fine but trying to add it to a second node, I get errors like this:

ERROR 2018-04-19 13:55:31,466 [main] com.mirth.connect.server.ExtensionLoader: An error occurred while attempting to load "com.mirth.connect.plugins.clusteringadvanced.serv er.ClusterChannelController" from plugin: Advanced Clustering
java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.mirth.connect.plugins.clusteringadvanced.serve r.ClusterChannelController

Anyone have a idea of where to go with this?
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Old 04-25-2018, 11:37 AM
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Looks like the Advanced Clustering extension is not being included on the Java classpath.

Does the version of the clustering extension match the version of the Mirth Connect instance? Are the file/folder permissions set appropriately?
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I ended up removing and reinstalling the plugin on the two cloned machines and that fixed it. I also had to go in and change the server.ID
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I ended up removing and reinstalling the plugin on the two cloned machines and that fixed it. I also had to go in and change the server.ID
Yes cloning machines is a bit problematic because each server instance needs a unique ID. So if you do clone, wipe out the "appdata/server.id" file and MC will generate a new server ID upon startup.
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Hi We have implemented clustering in dev environment.
How this works if the connector type is http receiver and one of the node fails???
For both nodes IP address is different. How to handle this kind of situation?? Should we use a seperate Load balancer outside mirth?
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Hi We have implemented clustering in dev environment.
How this works if the connector type is http receiver and one of the node fails???
For both nodes IP address is different. How to handle this kind of situation?? Should we use a seperate Load balancer outside mirth?
The Mirth Appliance comes with a built-in load balancer that handles that. If you've deployed Connect on your own infrastructure, then yes generally you would stand up a load balancer in front of your cluster of MC nodes.
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