LAM is a web application based on PHP. Therefore, clustering is not directly a part of the application.
But here are some hints to run LAM in a clustered environment.
LAM can be divided into three parts
Session files and temporary data
This is the simplest part. Just install LAM on each cluster node. Please note that if you run LAM Pro you will need either one license for each active cluster node or a company license.
These files include the LAM server profiles, account profiles, PDF structures, ... Usually, they do not change frequently and can be put on a shared file system (e.g. NFS, AFS, ...).
Please link "config" or "/var/lib/ldap-account-manager/config" to a directory on your shared file system.
Session data and temporary files:
These are critical because the files may change on every page load. There are basically two options:
load balancer with session stickiness: In this case your load balancer will forward all requests of a user to the same cluster node. In this case you can keep the files locally on your cluster nodes. If you already have a load balancer then this is the simplest solution and performs best. The disadvantage is that if a node fails then all users connected to this node will loose their session and need to relogin.
shared file system: This should only be used if your load balancer does not support session stickiness or you use a different system to distribute request across the cluster. A shared file system will decrease performance for all page loads.
Session data and temporary files are located in "tmp" + "sess" or "/var/lib/ldap-account-manager/tmp" + "/var/lib/ldap-account-manager/sess".