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Pivotal GemFire® v8.2

Configuring Disk Stores on Gateway Senders

Configuring Disk Stores on Gateway Senders

Gateway senders can be configured to use disk stores.

Gateway sender queues are always overflowed and may be persisted. Assign them to overflow disk stores if you do not persist, and to persistence disk stores if you do.

Example of using a named disk store for gateway sender queue persistence:

  • gfsh:
    gfsh>create gateway-sender --id=persistedSender1 --remote-distributed-system-id=1 \
    --enable-persistence=true --disk-store-name=diskStoreA --maximum-queue-memory=100  
  • cache.xml:
    <cache>
      <gateway-sender id="persistedsender1" parallel="true" 
       remote-distributed-system-id="1"
       enable-persistence="true"
       disk-store-name="diskStoreA"
       maximum-queue-memory="100"/> 
       ... 
    </cache>

Examples of using the default disk store for gateway sender queue persistence and overflow:

  • gfsh:
    gfsh>create gateway-sender --id=persistedSender1 --remote-distributed-system-id=1 \
    --enable-persistence=true --maximum-queue-memory=100 
  • cache.xml:
    <cache>
      <gateway-sender id="persistedsender1" parallel="true" 
       remote-distributed-system-id="1"
       enable-persistence="true"
       maximum-queue-memory="100"/> 
       ... 
    </cache>