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Configuring Cluster Nodes

Enterprise Edition

You can configure cluster node properties using the node’s mule-cluster.properties file. Configuration items include use of multicast or unicast for node discovery, manual specification of cluster node IP addresses, and other properties.

File: <MULE_HOME>/.mule/mule-cluster.properties

Syntax

Parameter=value pairs, separated by an equal sign, one per line.


          
       
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<parameter>=<value>

Example


          
       
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mule.cluster.nodes=192.168.10.21,192.168.10.22,192.168.10.23
mule.cluster.multicastenabled=false
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Parameters Table

Property Name Description

mule.cluster.networkinterfaces

Comma-seperated list of interfaces to use by Hazelcast. Wildcards are supported, as shown below:


               
            
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192.168.1.*,192.168.100.25

mule.cluster.nodes

Comma-seperated list of IP addresses of the nodes that belong to the cluster. Specifying just one IP address enables the server to join the cluster.

mule.cluster.multicastenabled

(Boolean) Enable/disable multicast. Disable if mule.cluster.nodes is set.

mule.cluster.multicastgroup

Multicast group IP address to use.

mule.cluster.multicastport

Multicast port number to use.

For more information about the mule-cluster.properties configuration file, see the instructions for creating a cluster manually