Interface Cluster

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    public interface Cluster
    extends Contained
    A Cluster works as a Cluster client/server for the local host Different Cluster implementations can be used to support different ways to communicate within the Cluster. A Cluster implementation is responsible for setting up a way to communicate within the Cluster and also supply "ClientApplications" with ClusterSender used when sending information in the Cluster and ClusterInfo used for receiving information in the Cluster.
    Bip Thelin, Remy Maucherat
    • Method Detail

      • getClusterName

        java.lang.String getClusterName()
        Return the name of the cluster that this Server is currently configured to operate within.
        The name of the cluster associated with this server
      • setClusterName

        void setClusterName​(java.lang.String clusterName)
        Set the name of the cluster to join, if no cluster with this name is present create one.
        clusterName - The clustername to join
      • createManager

        Manager createManager​(java.lang.String name)
        Create a new manager which will use this cluster to replicate its sessions.
        name - Name (key) of the application with which the manager is associated
        The newly created Manager instance
      • registerManager

        void registerManager​(Manager manager)
        Register a manager with the cluster. If the cluster is not responsible for creating a manager, then the container will at least notify the cluster that this manager is participating in the cluster.
        manager - Manager
      • removeManager

        void removeManager​(Manager manager)
        Removes a manager from the cluster
        manager - Manager
      • backgroundProcess

        void backgroundProcess()
        Execute a periodic task, such as reloading, etc. This method will be invoked inside the classloading context of this container. Unexpected throwables will be caught and logged.