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Page: Clustered Configuration QuickStart (Infinispan 5.2)
Infinispan ships with preconfigured JGroups stacks that make it easy for you to jumpstart a clustered configuration. Using an external JGroups file If you are configuring your cache programmatically, all you need to do is: // ... GlobalConfiguration gc = new GlobalConfigurationBuilder().transport ...
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Page: Clustered Configuration QuickStart (Infinispan 6.0)
Infinispan ships with preconfigured JGroups stacks that make it easy for you to jumpstart a clustered configuration. Using an external JGroups file If you are configuring your cache programmatically, all you need to do is: // ... GlobalConfiguration gc = new GlobalConfigurationBuilder().transport ...
Other labels: infinispan, configuration, cluster, jgroups, amazon, ec2
Page: Clustered Configuration QuickStart (Infinispan 5.3)
Infinispan ships with preconfigured JGroups stacks that make it easy for you to jumpstart a clustered configuration. Using an external JGroups file If you are configuring your cache programmatically, all you need to do is: // ... GlobalConfiguration gc = new GlobalConfigurationBuilder().transport ...
Other labels: infinispan, configuration, cluster, jgroups, amazon, ec2
Page: Clustered Configuration QuickStart (Infinispan 5.0)
From 4.2.0.CR4 , Infinispan ships with preconfigured JGroups stacks that make it easy for you to jumpstart a clustered configuration. Using an external JGroups file If you are configuring your cache programmatically, all you need to do is: // ... GlobalConfiguration gc = .... Properties ...
Other labels: infinispan, configuration, cluster, jgroups, amazon, ec2
Page: Clustered Configuration QuickStart (Infinispan 5.1)
Infinispan ships with preconfigured JGroups stacks that make it easy for you to jumpstart a clustered configuration. Using an external JGroups file If you are configuring your cache programmatically, all you need to do is: // ... GlobalConfiguration gc = new GlobalConfigurationBuilder().transport ...
Other labels: infinispan, configuration, cluster, jgroups, amazon, ec2