35.3. Near Caches in a Clustered Environment

Near caches are implemented using Hot Rod Remote Events, and utilize clustered listeners for receiving events from across the cluster. Clustered listeners are installed on a single node within the cluster, with the remaining nodes sending events to the node on which the listeners are installed. It is therefore possible for a node running the near cache-backing clustered listener to fail. In this situation, another node takes over the clustered listener.
When the node running the clustered listener fails, a client failover event callback can be defined and invoked. For near caches, this callback and its implementation will clear the near cache, as during a failover events may be missed.
Refer to Section 8.4, “Clustered Listeners” for more information.