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DistributedGroup. That will never be fast without partitioning, and even with partitioning still makes little sense. What little messaging is still in Atomix will remain, but will never be intended for general communication. It will always be strongly consistent and therefore relatively slow and intended only for periodic coordination. There are no plans to change that any time in the near future. The focus will instead be only on improving strong consistency (partitioning), performance, and APIs (HTTP).
@jhall11 thanks! Let me know what you find!
BTW I actually implemented that really minimal version too: https://github.com/kuujo/onos/tree/copycat-transport-connection-close?files=1
All of them are really working well for me, though I can only test up to 3 nodes before I start to run out of memory :-P The one in Gerrit is still the best/cleanest though.
I'm done hacking codes for the week. But I'll still be around a little bit working on some other things.