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From Achim Nierbeck <bcanh...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: Bundle not sync'ing
Date Tue, 10 Mar 2015 07:59:26 GMT

if you install a bundle via a maven coordinate, this coordinate is
propagated to the other nodes, no binaries are transfered.
Btw. that's why a sync of the deploy folder doesn't work :-)
The repo which contains this maven artifact needs to be known to all nodes.
For this you can use the cluster:config* commands to share this

If you want to make sure that a bundle is installed throughout the cluster
you usually should use the cluster:bundle-install command.
With the next version of cellar we disabled the default propagation of all
installed bundles due to some unwanted side effects that showed on a
multi-node cluster where one node is recovering.

regards, Achim

2015-03-09 22:08 GMT+01:00 sditlinger <steve@ditlinger.com>:

> OK, it turns out that the original services installed did have a copy of
> the
> maven repository on the remote node.  That must be the difference.
> Is it correct to say that remote nodes do require access to the
> installation
> maven repository when bundle-install'ing from a maven URL
> (mvn:groupID/artifactID/version) - that the bundle is not copied "over the
> wire" by Cellar from the node where it is originally installed?
> Steve
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