On 1/22/14, 8:49 AM, Claudio Miranda wrote:
On Wed, Jan 22, 2014 at 9:58 AM, Emanuel Muckenhuber
> There are other open issues related to
> this, i.e. when using --cached-dc and --backup-dc at the same time.
What do you think to let this as default ?
Thinking from a HA view, the sysadmin, always wants their HC to work,
so, if HC caches a local copy by default, it makes sense to load it if
HC cannot registers itself with DC.
I have worked with some customers, they just want to start jboss,
regardless if HC are able to connect to DC. Of course, there should
exist some mechanism to warn sysadmin the registration was not
possible and they must look into it.
If we made --cached-dc + --backup-dc semantics the default, we'd have to
introduce some mechanism to turn them off. I'm not sure the gain is
worth it, particularly in the --cached-dc case. If you're starting an HC
I think it's better to explicitly state that you're ok with that HC
being out of sync with the domain.
OTOH, --backup-dc by default makes a lot of sense. If we don't have a
local copy of the domain config and then the admin discovers he needs
one so he can start the HC, it's too late.
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