org.jgroups.protocols
Class DELAY_JOIN_REQ

java.lang.Object
  extended by org.jgroups.stack.Protocol
      extended by org.jgroups.protocols.DELAY_JOIN_REQ

public class DELAY_JOIN_REQ
extends Protocol

Discards 2 JOIN-REQs then accepts 1, then discards 2 more and so on

Author:
Bela Ban

Field Summary
 
Fields inherited from class org.jgroups.stack.Protocol
down_prot, ergonomics, id, log, name, stack, stats, up_prot
 
Constructor Summary
DELAY_JOIN_REQ()
           
 
Method Summary
 long getDelay()
           
 void setDelay(long delay)
           
 java.lang.Object up(Event evt)
          An event was received from the layer below.
 
Methods inherited from class org.jgroups.stack.Protocol
destroy, down, downThreadEnabled, dumpStats, enableStats, getConfigurableObjects, getDownProtocol, getId, getLevel, getName, getProperties, getProtocolStack, getSocketFactory, getThreadFactory, getTransport, getUpProtocol, getValue, init, isErgonomics, printStats, providedDownServices, providedUpServices, requiredDownServices, requiredUpServices, resetStats, setDownProtocol, setErgonomics, setId, setLevel, setProperties, setPropertiesInternal, setProperty, setProtocolStack, setSocketFactory, setUpProtocol, setValue, setValues, start, statsEnabled, stop, upThreadEnabled
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

DELAY_JOIN_REQ

public DELAY_JOIN_REQ()
Method Detail

getDelay

public long getDelay()

setDelay

public void setDelay(long delay)

up

public java.lang.Object up(Event evt)
Description copied from class: Protocol
An event was received from the layer below. Usually the current layer will want to examine the event type and - depending on its type - perform some computation (e.g. removing headers from a MSG event type, or updating the internal membership list when receiving a VIEW_CHANGE event). Finally the event is either a) discarded, or b) an event is sent down the stack using down_prot.down() or c) the event (or another event) is sent up the stack using up_prot.up().

Overrides:
up in class Protocol


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