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I have recently added an additional server with CRM installed to a configuration that contained a CRM server and a SQL database server. Per the installation guide, I was instructed to setup a NLB to handle traffic to the 2 CRM servers and add the NLB to the MSCRM_CONFIG database. I have successfully setup the new CRM server, configured the NLB for the 2 server, and updated MSCRM_CONFIG with the NLB but when applied updates to record via the UI for the new CRM server I am getting "unable to load plugin assembly" errors. What additional step(s) do I need to perform to resolve this error and have all existing plugin to trigger as expected?
My Setup:NLB --> CRM server 1 --> SQL server
--> CRM server 2
It's been a long time since I've done CRM 4 load balancing, but that sounds like the old issue of not enabling "sticky sessions". You need users to stay with the front-end they're on to make sure all plugins can retain context to the user.
Thanks for you response. How do you enable sticky sessions?
You want to look for Affinity, and the type you want is Single, if I recall.
Thanks for the assistance Wayne. I got my Network team to set cookie persistence/sticky sessions enabled in the load balancer but the plugins aren't getting triggered consistently from the new server when records are added/updated. Do you know what could be causing this inconsistency? Is it possibly how the plugins are registered?
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