When I hit something like this, the logs suggested increasing
socketWriteTimeout, and that helped for me.

On Fri, Mar 2, 2018 at 7:58 AM, KR Kumar <ignite.iss...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi - I have a three node cluster with c4.2xlarge machines with ignite
> persistence enabled. While doing a load testing of the cluster, after
> writing about 50 million events to the cache, I am getting NODE_SEGMENTED
> and NODE_FAILED notifications and after the cache server sort of hangs. But
> when I see all the JVMs are perfectly up and running.
> For NODE_FAILED and NODE_SEGMENTED errors, can you give me some pointers as
> to what I should be looking at??
> Thanx and Regards,
> KR Kumar
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