What i need to do is to export a branch containing a "high performance emergency site" as HTML. I thought this would be a very easy task, until i tried it :) Since we use a load balanced environment, all of the servers must have their own copy of the static html pages. I don't want to store pagas on a shared disk, because i want as few dependecies as possible. After all, the purpose of the site is to handle break-downs or high loads.
What i realized was, that only the server that acctually ran the job at the time got a copy of the output. If schedule the job often enoght, the other nodes probably would execute the job at some point and get a copy, but this doesn't work either if you don't reset the job between each execution.
There must be a easy way to solve this?
Use something outside of EPi to sync the HTML-files across the web servers. Use one web server as the master.
If you have scheduled tasks that has dependencies to a local file system like this would have you should disable the Scheduler Service on the other nodes.
Well, turn off scheduled jobs on all but one node would break the HA if your site depends on scheduled tasks. In my oppinion, this is not an option. I guess i have to solve this outside EPiServer after all...