[Spread-users] Network membership message

Yair Amir yairamir at cnds.jhu.edu
Tue Jun 28 10:27:25 EDT 2005

Hi Yuval,

This is not an expected behavior in the regular simple case.
However, there is not enough information in the e-mail to know
the delicate details. i.e. what exactly were the membership events
including ids and participants, including transitional signals and, most important,
including virtual synchrony sets. It could be that more happened than
you realize and the virtual synchrony sets will show this.


	:) Yair.

Yuval Lifshitz wrote:
> I have four machines running spread. Two of them in group A, and two in 
> groups B.
> I disconnected a cable from a spread machine that is joined on group A, 
> a "Network Membership" message was received by the group. Once I 
> reconnected the cable I got a "Network Membership" message for the 
> reassembled group (A), but I got another "Network Membership" message 
> for the other groups (B) as well - which was not separate by the cable 
> disconnect.
> Is this the expected behavior? If so, than why?
> Regards,
> Yuval.
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