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Page: Clustering modes (Infinispan 5.2)
Introduction Infinispan can be configured to be either local (standalone) or clustered. If in a cluster, the cache can be configured to replicate changes to all nodes, to invalidate changes across nodes and finally to be used in distributed mode state changes are replicated to a small subset of nodes ...
Other labels: clustering, distribution
Page: Clustering modes (Infinispan 6.0)
Introduction Infinispan can be configured to be either local (standalone) or clustered. If in a cluster, the cache can be configured to replicate changes to all nodes, to invalidate changes across nodes and finally to be used in distributed mode state changes are replicated to a small subset of nodes ...
Other labels: clustering, distribution
Page: Clustering modes (Infinispan 5.3)
Introduction Infinispan can be configured to be either local (standalone) or clustered. If in a cluster, the cache can be configured to replicate changes to all nodes, to invalidate changes across nodes and finally to be used in distributed mode state changes are replicated to a small subset of nodes ...
Other labels: clustering, distribution
Page: Clustering modes (Infinispan 5.0)
Introduction Infinispan can be configured to be either local (standalone) or clustered. If in a cluster, the cache can be configured to replicate changes to all nodes, to invalidate changes across nodes and finally to be used in distributed mode state changes are replicated to a small subset of nodes ...
Other labels: clustering, distribution
Page: Clustering modes (Infinispan 5.1)
Introduction Infinispan can be configured to be either local (standalone) or clustered. If in a cluster, the cache can be configured to replicate changes to all nodes, to invalidate changes across nodes and finally to be used in distributed mode state changes are replicated to a small subset of nodes ...
Other labels: clustering, distribution