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Another question about "Replication Over WAN"

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If the space in LN1 fail and I don't want the space reborn in San Francisco, I use 2 Jini lookup locators ,2GSM ,2GSC (using unicast discovery) to prevent this.

However, I cannot replicate the objects between LN1 and SF1 after I use 2 Jini lookup locators.

I have try to eliminate network problem by deploy 2 Jini lookup locators ,2GSM ,2GSC and 4 spaces(LN1 ,LN2 ,SF1 and SF2) in one machine. But the problem is still there.

So, what is wrong in this situation? Or, what is the recommended solution to prevent space reborn in wrong place?

Sorry for the poor English

Edited by: Tsui Chi wing on Feb 26, 2009 2:43 AM

Another question about "Replication Over WAN"

!http://www.gigaspaces.com/wiki/download/attachments/48236971/rep_over_wan_onecluster_2_groups.jpg!

If the space in LN1 fail and I don't want the space reborn in San Francisco, I use 2 Jini lookup locators ,2GSM ,2GSC (using unicast discovery) to prevent this.

However, I cannot replicate the objects between LN1 and SF1 after I use 2 Jini lookup locators.

I have try to eliminate network problem by deploy 2 Jini lookup locators ,2GSM ,2GSC and 4 spaces(LN1 ,LN2 ,SF1 and SF2) in one machine. But the problem is still there.

So, what is wrong in this situation? Or, what is the recommended solution to prevent space reborn in wrong place?

Sorry for the poor English

Edited by: Tsui Chi wing on Feb 26, 2009 2:43 AM