These messages are just warnings from the clustering that it is recieving a packet from a cluster partition whose name is different from it's own. Meaning that you might have accidently named your partition wrong on one server, so it is warning you. If you want to make those messages go away, adjust your log4j.xml accordingly:
<!-- JGroups throws an error for unfamiliar UDP datagrams that is recieves, throw them away --> <category name="org.jgroups.protocols.UDP"> <priority value="ERROR"/> </category>
Thank you for your post.
i have one another question :
what does it mean wrong partition name ???
what is here incorrect :
screen ./run.sh -c all -b 0.0.0.0 -Djboss.partition.name=Partition_151
I assume that you have three different clusters (Partition_151, Partition_153 & Partition_135) with multiple machines in each and they are on the same network. Because they are sending out mutlicast messaging - each cluster's message with be intercepted by the other clusters. When the other clusters see these messages, they just issue a warning IN CASE you have only one cluster on the network and you accidently misnamed a partition. But if that is not the case, you can safely ignore the messages. At least that's the way I understand it, hopefully someone will speak up if I am incorrect.
You best bet is to reference the wiki article about JGroup isolation:
hopefully that helps...
I am using jboss 4.2 .
I dont find log4j.xml on my server
These messages are very annoying , I am doing analysis for Jboss messaging
Is there any other place where I have to do this for JBoss 4.2.
To change logging, edit the $JBOSS_HOME/server/.../conf/jboss-log4j.xml file.
But you should fix the underlying problem by doing what's described at "Two Clusters Same Network". Current URL is http://www.jboss.org/community/docs/DOC-12460