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IBM WebSphere - Dynamic workload management (DWLM)

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Dynamic workload management is the idea of spreading work across the cluster members so that workload is evenly distributed across the cluster members. By default, workload management is enabled.

In the WebSphere admin console, select Servers > Clusters > Dynamic clusters. Select Dynamic workload management (DWLM).

When Dynamic workload management is enabled, the weight assigned to each cluster member will automatically be set by the dynamic workload manager.

 

Weight is used to control how much traffic should be routed to each cluster member. For example, if you have two cluster members, and each members weight is 2, traffic will be evenly distributed to each cluster member. On the other hand, configuring one cluster member with a weight of 1 and another cluster member with a weight of 5 would cause the majority of the traffic to go to the cluster member with a weight of 5.

In the WebSphere admin console, select Servers > Clusters > Dynamic clusters. Select Dynamic cluster members.




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