Message from discussion Proper way to use Hazelcast on EC2?
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Subject: Proper way to use Hazelcast on EC2?
From: Allen Rohner <aroh...@gmail.com>
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I'm using Hazelcast on EC2. Currently, my cluster is about 5 nodes.
Several times an hour some nodes will join the cluster, and some nodes
will leave the cluster. Is this a supported configuration?
Are there any gotchas or special configuration I need to do?
Do I need to call Hazelcast.shutdownAll() when a box leaves the
cluster? What happens if I'm unable to, because the box is powered