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Jun 2017
James Howe
@OrangeDog
Jun 26 2017 09:47
What do you mean by in memory and replicated?
Marijn Schuurman
@mjschuurman
Jun 26 2017 15:07
The only one I could find is the ReplicatedMap in hazelcast
@OrangeDog in memory means it stored in RAM memory and replicated means the data is replicated (instead of distributed) in every node
James Howe
@OrangeDog
Jun 26 2017 15:17
In the memory of the Java process? Not involving a separate service?
I don't think there's anything like that that could be described as good.
Also, replication and distribution are not usually mutually exclusive
Marijn Schuurman
@mjschuurman
Jun 26 2017 15:24
James Howe
@OrangeDog
Jun 26 2017 15:25
If you're asking for help, it's usually recommended to not be a dick
Marijn Schuurman
@mjschuurman
Jun 26 2017 15:39
@OrangeDog I was not trying to offend you, I just made clear I meant a "common" in memory datastore
James Howe
@OrangeDog
Jun 26 2017 15:44
It did not make it clear. What would make it clear is if you answered my question.
It seems like the answer is "no", in which case the solution is probably Redis
Yet you mention ReplicatedMap, which suggests the answer is "yes"
Marijn Schuurman
@mjschuurman
Jun 26 2017 16:06
@OrangeDog both are possible, there are no technical restricitions
as long as it's fast ;)
James Howe
@OrangeDog
Jun 26 2017 16:07
I'm now pretty sure you don't know what "a common in memory datastore" means, but you should use Redis
Bryan Perino
@bryantp
Jun 26 2017 22:41
I know my issue may be a general Spring Boot error, but am not sure where to look.
Any tips?