It is indeed possible to have a load balanced deployer endpoint. However this does require the Queue/BinaryStorage to be of the distributed type. Meaning for the Queue a JMS based implementation and for the BinaryStorage a NFS based storage or Redis. However in case you want to scale-out your workers you would need this anyway.
When hitting the Content service directly the response passes only through tomcat. When hitting it via the load-balancer it passes through Apache too.
In our Content service start.sh we already define:
That's why it works directly.
To fix it via the load balancer we also need to allow encoded ...
Just to share my knowledge to answer your questions:
Q1: How to configure Active MQ on the load balance domain name?
We could set up a different way of clustering setup for HA.
We did use the broker clustering - Shared File System Master Slave set up for failover. For this setup Load balance setup not required.
The most common mental ...
You can easily register your own Controller which handles requests for /ecv.html and serves static HTML, but it seems you want to bypass the StaticContentModule (which is an IIS HTTP Module which triggers on all requests, regardless of Controller).
Would it be an option to let the LB request another URL path like /healthcheck/ecv.html? In that case you can ...
If you are using a Load Balancer between your CIL (which is used by DXA) and the CIS (microservices), you must ensure that all Capabilities (at least Token, Content and Context) are registered with the Load Balancer’s DNS name or IP address.
For the scaled-out Load Balanced CME setup.
In the Tridion.ContentManager.config apart from enabling useBinaryContentProvider=true attribute, we also need to set this binaryContentStorage element and set its temporaryFolder attribute to a shared network location or you can also configure it to store the packages in the Amazon S3 bucket.
Configuring a shared ...
AFAIK - Yes - It will work as long as it uses the same credentials and settings in both groups, token expiration/renewal it will work as expected with the help of Refresh tokens, Refresh tokens used to get a new access token, a client may use a refresh token to get a new access token issued by the authentication server. Common use cases include getting new ...
Can they try installing the service-container-filter-8.x.y-z.jar which is included in the distribution within resources\filter? This filter forwards some requests that some load balancers add back to the service (such as Amazon's ELB).
To install in one of the microservices:
Copy JAR to appropriate <service_name>/lib folder