Configure the repository server cluster by setting these properties in the alfresco-global.properties file.
Note: These properties are optional.
|Clustering property||Example setting||What is it?|
|alfresco.cluster.enabled||true||This enables clustering.|
|alfresco.cluster.interface||10.256.*.*||This specifies a particular network interface to use for clustering. It might be a wildcard value, such as 10.256.*.*, which means an attempt is made to bind with an interface having an IP address beginning with 10.256.|
|alfresco.cluster.nodetype||Repository Server||This specifies the human-friendly description of the cluster member. It is useful to give a name to the non-clustered servers, such as a transformation server that it attached to the same database as the cluster, but not participating in it (for example, alfresco.cluster.enabled=false).|
|alfresco.hazelcast.password||alfrescocluster||This specifies the password used by the cluster members to access or join the Hazelcast cluster.|
|alfresco.hazelcast.port||5701||This specifies the port to use for clustering.|
|alfresco.hazelcast.autoinc.port||false||This enables Hazelcast to make several attempts to find a free port starting at the
value of alfresco.hazelcast.port.
Note: Alfresco recommends that you do not use this property.
|alfresco.hazelcast.mancenter.enabled||false||This enables the server to push stats and other useful information to Hazelcast’s mancenter (management center) dashboard application. See Setting up Hazelcast dashboard.|
|alfresco.hazelcast.mancenter.url||http://localhost:8080/mancenter||This specifies the URL where the Hazelcast mancenter application can be found. Note that alfresco.hazelcast.mancenter.enabled must be set to true for this property to be valid.|
|alfresco.hazelcast.max.no.heartbeat.seconds||15||This specifies the maximum timeout of heartbeat in seconds for a node to assume it is dead.|