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Working on OPENSSO AM with Glassfish and trying to load balance the OPENSSO servers with Cisco CSS - anyone accomplish this?
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what does your infrastructure look like? why are you using a CSS, how do you want it to help you?

what do you want to do?

the CSS is kind of like a swiss army knife with many tools. we can do many things but it would be simpler to identify your specific use case so we do not instrument and over complex solution.

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Went a different direction with Tomcat....
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Decoleur,

Thanks for the info - we ended up moving over to Tomcat and that seems to be working.
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