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Re: ConnectCheckIntervalDelay vs. HeartbeatIntervalDbDb
Posted by: Jonathon Coombes ()
Date: November 09, 2016 10:03PM

My understanding is the ConnectCheckIntervalDelay option is set to 0 by default meaning it is disabled. The HeartbeatIntervalDbDb cannot be disabled as such.

The heartbeat method is the primary one used for Cluster health.
When the heartbeat detection fails/faults in some way, then a NODE_PING_CONF is sent between nodes to determine if they are running.
Latency between nodes will determine if NODE_PING_CONF is returned from a peer node or not.

If latency is a known issue in certain setups (such as re-routing, failover etc) the connectivity check can prepare for the FAIL_REP signals that will flood in.
These connections will be marked as suspect connections and FAIL_REP signals originating from that node will be ignored for the ConnectCheckIntervalDelay period.

At least that is how I understand it all :)

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