Address identifies cluster member.
Allows a listener to be notified when an important channel lifecycle event occurs.
Allows a listener to be notified when group membership changes.
MessageListener allows a listener to be notified when a
Represents a physical (as opposed to logical) address
Defines the callbacks that are invoked when messages, views etc are received on a channel
Provides a hook to hijack over all events received by a certain channel which has installed this UpHandler.
This type of address represents a subset of the cluster members in which the total order properties must be applied, e.g.
A channel represents a group communication endpoint (like BSD datagram sockets).
Event is a JGroups internal class used for inter-stack and intra-stack communication.
Global is a JGroups internal class defining global variables.
Header is a JGroups internal base class for all JGroups headers.
JChannel is a default implementation of a Channel abstraction.
Represents a membership of a cluster group.
A view that is sent as a result of a cluster merge.
A Message encapsulates data sent to members of a group.
An adapter implementing the Receiver interface with no-op implementations.
We're using the scheme described at http://www.jboss.com/index.html?module=bb&op=viewtopic&t=77231 for major, minor and micro version numbers.
A view is a local representation of the current membership of a group.
ViewIds are used for ordering views (each view has a ViewId and a list of members).
Thrown if a message is sent to a suspected member.
Thrown if members fail to respond in time.
Thrown if member in different site cannot be contacted; used by RELAY2
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