You can receive events from distributed system peers for any region that is not a
local region. Local regions receive only local cache events.
Peer distribution is done according to the region's configuration.
- Replicated regions always receive
all events from peers and require no further configuration. Replicated
regions are configured using the REPLICATE region shortcut
- For non-replicated regions, decide
whether you want to receive all entry events from the distributed cache or
only events for the data you have stored locally. To configure:
For partitioned regions, this only affects the receipt of events, as
the data is stored according to the region partitioning. Partitioned regions
with interest policy of all can create network bottlenecks,
so if you can, run listeners in every member that hosts the partitioned
region data and use the cache-content interest policy.