Dynamic Apps Platform : Administering My webMethods Server : My webMethods Server Clustering : Partitioning Applications on Cluster Nodes : Creating and Modifying Partitions
Creating and Modifying Partitions
The Cluster Partition File
The Phase Provider File
The Portlets Properties File
The Default Partition Configuration
Example: Creating Cluster Partitions
Verifying That the Components Are Disabled
By default, there is one partition that includes all cluster nodes, as described in The Default Partition Configuration. To create or modify additional partitions, you need to modify the partition configuration files.
My webMethods Server uses configuration files to manage partitioning on a cluster.
*clusterPartitions.xml—Modify this file to add partitions to the cluster and assign nodes to each partition. See The Cluster Partition File.
*partitionNamePhaseProvider.xml—Create and modify these files to specify whether portlets are enabled or disabled. See The Phase Provider File.
Each partition can have its own phase provider file. A partition that does not have a unique phase provider associated with it uses the default phaseProvider.xml file.
*partitionNamePortlets.properties—Create and modify one of these files for each phase provider. This file lists the portlets affected by the phase provider for a specific partition. See The Portlets Properties File.
Each partition can have its own portlets properties file. If all portlets in the partition are enabled, a portlets properties file is not required.
File names and file contents are case sensitive.
My webMethods Server stores these configuration files in the My webMethods Server database. To get access to these files so you can modify them, see Modifying Configuration Files Stored in the Database.
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