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From Isaeed Mohanna <isae...@gmail.com>
Subject Two Ignite Clusters formed after network disturbance
Date Sun, 06 Mar 2016 13:14:52 GMT
I am using ignite as a fault tolerant compute and cache engine, i have 4
nodes forming a cluster. one of the nodes contain singleton cluster services
that execute different jobs on the different cluster nodes.
once in a while a network disturbance occur, for example node 4 network
disconnected for a minute or so, after that i can see that the first 3 nodes
are still in the cluster. while the 4 nodes has created a cluster on its own
and started the singleton services once more. Running two clusters in
parallel will cause data corruption.
How can i avoid this situation and prevent and additional cluster to be
I considered to increase "FailureTimeoutDetection" value or "ReconnectCount"
but i am not sure its the best idea.
I will be happy to hear your opinion how to face this problem and avoid the
formation of two clusters?

Thanks in advance

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