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From "Li, Yuliang" <...@ndsuk.com>
Subject JCS remote synchronization and remote store recovery
Date Mon, 19 May 2008 09:24:07 GMT
Dear all:
Does anyone know how to test (or have any examples) the JCS remote
synchronization and remote store recovery?

Assume we have a server and a client; they are using TCP lateral cache
(through UDP discovery mechanism) to exchange the messages. If the
client is done and then comes back, how client can recovery?

It is possible for us to cache all the messages in the disk (by using
the block disk cache), when the client comes back it extracts the
messages from the disk to achieve the message persistency. Do we have
better ways to do this?

Thanks in advance!

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