Is there a hard limit on the number of servers you can have per whitelist class
Seems I cant add more then ten, does that sound right ???
Question bump ... "Is there a hard limit on the number of servers you can have per whitelist class?"
We are looking at needing a whitelist of over 2000... (don't ask why ... cause a sane man to go crazy). Will this even work or will deployment server performance just go into the tank?
I have never seen a whitelist of this size. I don't think it will work. However, would it be possible to create some DNS entries to name classes of servers
dbms_server_group1.mydomain.com (assigned to a number of ip addresses)
web_server_group1.mydomain.com (assigned to a different set of ip addresses)
and then use the DNS names in your whitelist? (I haven't tried this either, so I suggest a small test first.)
Another possibility is to have a fan-out of deployment servers - although this may be as big a headache as a whitelist of over 2000...
the web interface allows you to add entries beyond 10 (whitelist.9) but they do not show up in the serverclass.conf file. I do not know if this is a limit or a bug in the webUI - it seems to me the webUI should remove the "add" button when you hit the limit if this is the case.
Source: my experience under 5.0.3