Reference documents Apache Geode properties, region attributes, the
cache.xml file, cache memory requirements, and statistics.
You use the
gemfire.propertiessettings to join a distributed system and configure system member behavior. Distributed system members include applications, the cache server, the locator, and other Geode processes.
Use the cache.xml file to set up general cache facilities and behavior and to create and initialize cached data regions. These sections document cache.xml requirements; provide hierarchical diagrams of
<client-cache>elements; and describe the function of each element.
This topic describes the various region shortcuts you can use to configure Geode regions.
Your application needs to catch certain classes to handle all the exceptions and system failures thrown by Apache Geode.
Geode solutions architects need to estimate resource requirements for meeting application performance, scalability and availability goals.
This section describes the primary statistics gathered by Geode when statistics are enabled.