I have the following question. As far, as I can understand, there is a kind of replication thread, that works with JGroups and performs replication in it's local TreeCache instance. Lets suppose I have 3 instances of TreeCache in one application. Each is configured to be a member of different cluster (different cluster name, port, etc.) I have this application started on two nodes. So, the question is: how many replication threads will I have within one application in the situation described - one per each instance (i.e., 3), or one for all instances (i.e., 1)? Can state fetching on one instance block somehow replication on another instance?
Thanks in advance!
Eugene aka Skipy
JBossCache of which is using JGroups for replication layer has the notion of a *group* if you use the same cluster name, mcast address, and port. If it is within the same group, all replication (and state transfer) will occur.