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From yucigou <yuci....@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Is it possible to create a near cache without any copy on servers nodes?
Date Tue, 06 Dec 2016 15:36:52 GMT
Hi Andrew,

I have looked at Local Mode cache. 

But the thing is that Local Mode cache is located on server nodes.

Suppose I have two server nodes, node A and B, and one client node, node C.

Node C has a near cache, and server node A and B are of Local Mode cache.

And then client node C puts an entry in the cache of server node A, and also
its own near cache.

After a certain period of time, the entry is evicted from node C's near
cache, while still being kept in node A.

Now client node C would like to access the entry. Would Ignite always know
that it should go to node A to look for the entry? If Ignite happens to go
to node B, node B would know nothing about the entry, as the cache is set in
Local Mode.

(But if Ignite knows exactly that it should go to node A to retrieve that
entry, then that would be perfect!)

Thank you,
Yuci 





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