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Make sure all network machines can ping each other. You might need to list all the network machines’ IPs as part of each machine’s file, or have a DHCP server configured.

Before running XAP, make sure your network interface supports multicast, and the appropriate routes are properly configured.

To check if your network interface supports multicast, run the following ifconfig :

If the MULTICAST attribute in the fourth line of the eth0 properties is not present, it’s possible that your kernel has not been compiled with multicast support. Before re-compiling the kernel, try enabling multicast on your network interface ( eth0 in this case) via ifconfig :

To check that multicast routing is configured, run the following route command:

If the destination 224.0.0.0 entry is not present, you need to enable multicast routing.

To enable multicast routing, run the following route command as root :

On Redhat systems you can configure this route statically via the network setup configuration tools – see: redhat - Chapter 6. Network Configuration .

Alternatively, try executing the command above as part of a startup script in /etc/rc.d/\* .

For more details on Linux and commands, refer to:

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is another useful command which dumps traffic on a network:

By default multicast is not allowed between the virtual machines, so the unicast should be configured instead

To enable multicasting from a token ring on a Windows® 2000 workstation to any Windows 98/NT machine, set the TrFunctionalMcastAddress parameter to 0 in the Windows 2000 registry:

REGEDIT Registry Editor HKEY_LOCAL_Machine SYSTEM CurrentControlSet Services Parameters TrFunctionalMcastAddress Modify Edit DWORD Value

The multicast Time-To-Live (TTL) value specifies the number of routers (hops) that multicast traffic is permitted to pass through before expiring on the network. For each router (hop), the original specified TTL is decremented by one (1). When its TTL reaches a value of zero (0), each multicast datagram expires and is no longer forwarded through the network to other subnets.

The problem of multicasts/broadcasts not passing the router/switch is a well known issue - most routers (Cisco, 3Com, etc) have multicast forwarding disabled by default - otherwise the networks will be flooded with packets coming from very distant locations. To get it delivered all over the globe takes below 30 hops, so TTL 20 means delivery to more than half of it. It is very common that network experts in large networks hate the flooding problem caused by multicasts/broadcasts sent with the large TTL, and block it.

Multicast is the delivery of information to a group of destinations simultaneously, using the most efficient strategy to deliver messages over each link of the network only once, and create copies only when the links to the destinations split.

The word “multicast” is typically used to refer to IP Multicast, the implementation of the multicast concept on the IP routing level, where routers create optimal spanning tree distribution paths for data grams sent to a multicast destination address in realtime. However, there are also other implementations of the multicast distribution strategy listed below. (Source - wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multicast ).

XAP uses multicast in the following cases:

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What should I do in order to determine if multicast is enabled on my environment?

To enable the important capabilities above, you should enable multicast on machines running clients, spaces or services.

What should I do if I can’t enable multicast?

In case you want to disable the Jini Lookup Service Multicast announcements please refer to this section in the Wiki.

Multicast is not a mandatory with XAP. It is used as a secondary mechanism for lookup service discovery. Unicast is the other mechanism. Both are turned on by default on the client side and on the service grid side (GSM,GSC,LUS).

Multicast is not used with replication , notification , monitoring or any client activity against the space. Disabling multicast discovery means you are loosing dynamicy for the lookup service location. This means if the lookup service fails (very low probably to happen) you will be able to start it only on the machines listed on the XAP_LOOKUP_LOCATORS list. Client locators should have the same list used.

When multicast is disabled global lookup service should not be use. You should use only local lookup service configuration with the agent with the machines running the lookup service:

Machines not running the lookup service should have their agent started using:

The GSC count should be added to the commands above above as usual.

If you can’t have multicast enabled within your network you should disable it on the client side and on the service grid side. It will save some CPU activity performed continuously.

In some cases, Linux distributions do not have multicast enabled by default and the /etc/hosts file does not include the IP address associated with the server’s hostname. An error that is frequently met is: hostname associated with the localhost in /etc/hosts . The machine’s hostname in /etc/hosts should be associated with the IP address set to the server’s network interface, or to the external static NAT IP address of the server (the address clients should connect to). Make sure the /etc/hosts has the machine’s IP, together with the IP: 127.0.0.1 .

This post is the last in an ongoing three-part series, and is a write-up of the talk we gave at RailsConf 2018. You can find the slides , or read Part I and Part II of the series to catch up.

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Code Triage is an open source app built to help other open source projects. Popular open source projects receive a lot of bug reports, feature requests, and pull requests every day, and just reading through all of them can be a huge time sink for their maintainers. Here at Skylight, we are involved in a number of popular open source projects ourselves, so we understand this problem pretty well!

Code Triage lets you help out your favorite project maintainers by sending contributors a random ticket to their inboxes on a daily basis, which allow them to help triage GitHub issues and pull requests. That way, contributors can help split the workload, so everyone only has to do a little bit of work each day. Today, there are tens of thousands of developers who signed up to help thousands of open source projects on the site.

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This can be a lot of information to render, and it can get a little slow at times. However, this is also by far one of the most popular pages in the app, since it's what everyone sees first when they visit the site.

Skylight marks Code Triage's homepage as an endpoint with "high agony", which means that we'll probably get good bang for our buck if we choose to optimize it.

Notably, even though there's a lot of information on the home page, most of these things don’t actually change all that often, which makes this page a prime candidate for caching. But, as it turns out, a lot of performance-minded people have already done extensive work on Code Triage, so most things that should be cached actually already are !

However, when we took a closer look at this page on Skylight, we noticed that, in order to populate the <meta> tag, we needed to run two queries to fetch the counts of users and projects on the site.

It's likely that these numbers didn't need to be super up-to-date, so we implemented some caching here. We submitted a pull request to cache this information for up to an hour.

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