What IIS are you running on 6 or 7? Also are you using the udp protocol for sending the packages?
Make sure both servers use the same value for the siteid attribute in site settings in web.config (episerver.config in CMS 6)
Thanks for your replies!
The sites are runnin on a Windows 2008 server with IIS 7 in Integrated Pipeline Mode, the udp protocol is used for sending the packages (enableRemoteEvents is set to true and endpoints are configured to send/receive using udp under system.serviceModel).
I have also double checked so the siteId-attribute is the same on both servers.
As your using the Integrated Pipeline Mode the
EventSubscriberHostModule that you added according to the article will not be used. instead you need to add this under your module tag.
<add name="EventSubscriberHostModule" type="EPiServer.EventSubscriberHostModule, EPiServer" />
All http handlers and modules are registered under the system.webServer section so that shouldn't be the problem. The runAllManagedModulesForAllRequests-attribute is set to true as well...
Any other ideas?
No running out of ideas. Are you able to post your web.configs for the two servers?
The web.config-files is identical on the two servers, a copy of the file is avaiable at http://pastebin.com/S60A85UL.
We have a site running EPiServer CMS 5 R2 SP 2 on two servers. However the cache synchronization isn't working as supposed. I have read the article “Cache Update and Load Balancing for EPiServer CMS 5” (http://world.episerver.com/Articles/Items/Cache-Update-and-Load-Balancing-for-EPiServer-CMS-5/) without any new ideas to the source of the problem.
I have also used the “EPiServer Remote Event Listener”-tool and can see that events is correctly broadcasted and received by the other machine when I publish a page in EPiServer. The problem is that the cache isn’t invalidated on the second server.
Any suggestions for how to proceed with the troubleshooting is highly appreciated. =)