Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Network File System (NFS) Recommendations for WebSphere Application Server to AVOID DATA LOSS

This article details some known issues with the Network File System (NFS) implementations that affect the reliability of data stored on such file systems by the WebSphere Application Server transaction, activity and compenstation services and the Service Integration Bus filestore. When reliability is compromised file corruption is possible. In most cases this results in DATA LOSS. It also makes recommendations for configuring both NFS and WebSphere Application Server based on known configuration problems and customer experiences.

Or, of course, you can store the tranlogs in a relational database table, subject to WAS or upwards.

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