This chapter includes the following sections:
The partition count cannot be changed when using active persistence. If you change a services partition count, then on restart of the services all active data is moved to the persistence trash and must be recovered after the original partition count is restored. Data that is persisted can only be recovered to services running with the same partition count.
Ensure that the partition count is not modified if active persistence is being used. If the partition count is changed, then a message similar to the following is displayed when the services are started:
<Warning> (thread=DistributedCache:DistributedCachePersistence, member=1): Failed to recover partition 0 from SafeBerkeleyDBStore(...); partition-count mismatch 501(persisted) != 277(service); reinstate persistent store from trash once validation errors have been resolved
The message indicates that the change in the partition-count is not supported and the current active data has been copied to the trash directory.
To recover the data:
Shutdown the entire cluster.
Remove the current active directory contents for the cluster and service affected on each cluster member.
Copy (recursively) the contents of the trash directory for each service to the active directory.
Restore the partition count to the original value.
Restart the cluster.
When using generics with Federated Caching and Persistence, you must:
Ensure that federated caches across a federation are configured to use the same types as no runtime-type-checking is performed between clusters in a federation.
Ensure that recoverable caches are consistently configured to use the same types during restarts as no runtime-type-checking is performed.