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From vdpyatkov <vldpyat...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Cache consistency
Date Wed, 09 Nov 2016 06:50:16 GMT
Duplicated my answer:

If you have 2 backups (in case you have enough nodes) this mean you can
loose 2 node, without afraid to loose data. In case you have a fail more
than the 2 nodes, it is mean you have incomplete(only part of data has
available) data.

In general, If you are loosing more nodes than backups you are have, this
must be signal: "These inconsistent!".

Also you can divided your nodes by specification: group of backups and
group of primary, using RendezvousAffinityFunction#setAffinityBackupFilter.


Could you have further question?

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