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what will happen if a managed server will go down at the time of performing the request

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what will happen if a managed server will go down at the time of performing the request..

Answer / spandana

If a managed server will go at the time of performing the
request, the managed servers are communicating through
muticasting and unicasting in clustering. Sothat when a
managed server goes down the work is assigned/request to
another managed server.

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what will happen if a managed server will go down at the time of performing the request..

Answer / sridhar

and also it depends upon if session replication is enabled or not.

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