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From vkulichenko <valentin.kuliche...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: IP based discovery, dynamic nodes, and start() deadlock
Date Fri, 30 Oct 2015 22:55:35 GMT
Hi Erik,

The list of addresses in the IP finder is the list of addresses that node a
node will try to make initial connect when joining topology. Actually, this
list is usually the same on all nodes and there is no need to provide
addresses of all nodes in the system. Even one is enough, you just need to
make sure that the node on this address is started first. But of course,
it's a good practice to add 2-3 more for redundancy.

If anything is still unclear, please provide your current configuration and
details of your deployment (how many physical servers and how many nodes per
server you have).


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