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Active data persistence not adding back to the write-behind buffer (Doc ID 2753322.1)

Last updated on MARCH 02, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Coherence - Version and later
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1) Even though data is recovered using active data persistence, it does not get added back to the write-behind buffer. Need more info about the specific process that the cache goes through when recovering persisted data or any suggestions as to how to link persisted data back into a write-behind buffer.

2) Is it possible to invoke cache store implementation multiple times ? for example,  In a 2 node cluster where write-behind is implemented, if one of the node goes down and rejoins the cluster, the data in the buffer (in-memory) is lost and does not write the data into the DB. Is there a way to persist the buffer and how to invoke cache store implementation multiple times ?


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