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RE: Infinispan as Remote server mode with HotRod


Please reply how this can be achieved? waiting for the response.

Thanks & Regards

Priyanka Gupta

From: Gupta, Priyanka E.
Sent: 12 February 2014 16:08:36
To: wdecoste redhat com; dev lists openshift redhat com
Cc: Ganesh, Rupa; Madathilthattantav, S.
Subject: Infinispan as Remote server mode with HotRod



I have a Use case where I am using Infinispan as a remote Server mode with HotRod , where The Infinsiapn will be hosted in one application gear and should be accessible to application hosted in other gears.

For testing this use case ,I created a scaled application and added infinispan as downloadable cartridge from https://raw.github.com/bdecoste/openshift-origin-cartridge-infinispan/master/metadata/manifest.yml .


When I ssh and check for the variables required to configure in my test application hosted in a separate gear to connect to the hosted remote Infinispan server, these are the variables I came across:





As I understand it requires INFINISPAN_TCP_PORT to connect with the Infinispan HotRod server present in separate gear. But according to my findings this is not provided as a variable in downloadable cartridge. Can you please provide the solution for that?


Is this a  current limitation or an issue?

Or is there any other way to achieve this use case ?

Waiting for your response….




Thanks & Regards,

Priyanka Gupta

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