About fault tolerance

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Database Replication and Clustering

ObjectDB supports master-slave replication (cluster). When replication (or clustering) is used, the same database is managed on multiple machines (nodes), possibly in different geographic locations. This could help in achieving high availability, fault tolerance and prompt disaster recovery. In
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ObjectDB Object Database Features

connections for high availability and fault tolerance. Online Backup Online backup by a simple query
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Failover from Master to Slave

which helps with scaling reads. My question is really about fault tolerance. I cannot discuss exactly
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CAP theorem and object DB

Can someone please explain ObjectDB falls into which category of CAP theorem ? C : Consistency, A: Availability , P : Partition Tolerance  Example:  CA ==> SQL Server, Oracle, Sybase, MySQL CP ==> MongoDB, HBase, Redis, MemCache  AP ==> Cassandra, CouchDB, DynamoDB is ObjectDB fall under CA
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ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException with enhanced Entity

, my fault sorry. I've been using 2.2.8 as well as I've tried it with 2.2.8_06 and it has happened
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Database access error , Doctor hanging on trying to repair, production shutdown at our biggest customer

our system to 2.7.1_01, but used, for sure our fault, doctor 2.6.7 directly after that to clean
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NoResultException: No matching results for a unique query

but at least there will be a chance. Haha okay funny enough - my fault after all. I am implementing my own find() function
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ObjectDB Explorer very slow with remote con

details. It sees that it wasn't Explorer's fault. By having just 1 SSH connection to the VPS, it works at an acceptable speed. Sorry and thanks for your reply. zmirc
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Problem witch CriteriaBuilder isMember(..)

and 2.6.4_08? sorry my fault, the correct version numbers are  2.6.4_07 and 2.6.4_08 Unfortunately
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Recursive calls with @PreUpdate annotation and Glassfish OutOfMemoryError

_lastUpdatedDate(SimpleObjectDBTest$BaseEntity, Date) line: 1 Again this could all be my fault as I