While I didn't configure any network segmentation properties
(SegmentationResolvers, SegmentationResolveAttempts, SegmentCheckFrequency
etc.) node is been shutdown from time to time:
WARN : [discovery.tcp.TcpDiscoverySpi] Date=2016/10/13/07/42/52/009|Node is
out of topology (probably, due to short-time network problems).
WARN : [managers.discovery.GridDiscoveryManager]
Date=2016/10/13/07/42/52/009|Local node SEGMENTED: TcpDiscoveryNode
[id=4b3349f5-fda0-4e9d-a528-c8b5f4401717, addrs=[0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1%1,,], sockAddrs=[/,
/0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1%1:47500, /], discPort=47500, order=271,
intOrder=145, lastExchangeTime=1476344572001, loc=true,
ver=1.7.0#20160801-sha1:383273e3, isClient=false]
WARN : [managers.discovery.GridDiscoveryManager]
Date=2016/10/13/07/42/52/092|Stopping local node according to configured
segmentation policy.

I would like to understand what is default behavior since I didn't
configure any SegmentationResolvers.
I can probably set SegmentationPolicy to NOOP to avoid node shutdown, but I
don't think it's a good idea that node will out of topology for a long time.
Is possible to set time/wait longer until getting SEGMENTED event?

We are using ignite 1.7.0 and running cluster with 20 nodes.

Thank you,

Yitzhak Molko

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