[infinispan-dev] origin of cache events in Infinispan
mohan.dhawan at gmail.com
Mon Sep 15 04:26:49 EDT 2014
Thanks for the prompt reply. I apologize for the hasty post on the
dev-list. :( .
On Monday 15 September 2014 01:29 PM, Tristan Tarrant wrote:
> Hi Mowan,
> I replied on the forum at https://developer.jboss.org/thread/248783
> Also: you posted your request on mid-day Friday and you expected a quick
> reply with a weekend in the middle. We do our best to help our users,
> but we also have our own private lives which do not involve Infinispan :)
> On 13/09/14 07:56, Mohan Dhawan wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Apologies for posting to the dev-list, but no one on the support forum
>> replied. :(
>> How does Infinispan determine the origin of the cache events ?
>> Specifically, when a CacheEntryModified or other notifications are
>> thrown, then how does Infinispan compute the origin of the event ?
>> In other words, if one uses ctx.getOrigin() within an interceptor, how
>> is the origin calculated ? Is is determined using TCP connections at the
>> receiver node or is it passed along with the message from the sender ?
>> In case it is the latter, then it is possible for a node to masquerade
>> as another node.
>> Also, is event.getGlobalTransaction().getAddress() equivalent to
>> ctx.getOrigin() ?
>> Thanks for your help.
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