From 3.0.5+ you can add the option
Thank for your reply.
But i am using 3.0.4, how to disable? Also, is the strange behaviou due to clustering, i want to clarify.
Yes HAJNDI (Highly available JNDI)
if it can't find jndi from your config it assumes
the machine is down and broadcasts for available
machines on the network.
The jnp config to disable this was added in 3.0.5
If you are not using clustering, just remove it.
What about 3.2+ ?