We are planning to install a new dialog instance to our production system in a seperate host(A new server).
The normal way of doing is to initiate SAPINST tool on the new server and install just the dialog instance and club this with the main central instance.
But the client wants to do in a different way, by creating directories on the central host itself for the new app server....Like if X50 is central instance and X51 & X52 are application server located in the CI itself. And now we create X53 and all the subdirectories and mount the whole directory to the new host.
Here are my questions...
1. Is this advisable way of doing?
2. Where does a Java instance directory is located? Dont we have J2ee directory on each instance wether its CI or DI?
3. Can anyone let me know the directory structure of a dialog instance?