Tag Archives: Gemfire

Is it normal to have 2 files over 1GB in the Caching Folder of the LiveCycle Temporary Directory?

The answer is “YES” and here is why: Along which those two big files, there are numerous other file usually around 32mb each. Those were created by Gemfire to handle the caching and follow the predefined settings located in the … Continue reading

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Enabling Gemfire Statistics

A very useful thing to do when encountering cluster issues would be to turn on Gemfire statistics. To do that, configure the below JVM parameter: ———- -Dadobe.cache.statistics-enabled=true ———- Run your application. This will produce a Gemfire-statistics.gfs file in the caching … Continue reading

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How to Ensure that TCP Locators are Using Correct Version of Gemfire Used by LiveCycle ES2 Cluster

LiveCycle uses Gemfire technology provided by GemStone systems (now VMware) for maintaining the cluster cache. LiveCycle can be configured to use either multicast (UDP) based caching mechanism or TCP caching mechanism using TCP locators. TCP locators are recommended for production … Continue reading

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