Largest JGroups cluster ever: 536 nodes – Bela’s Blog

The setup was 130 celeron based blades with 1GB of memory, each running 4 JVMs with 96MB of heap, plus 4 embedded devices with 4 JVMs running on each. Each blade had 2 1GB NICs setup with IP Bonding. Note that the 4 processes are competing for CPU time and network IO, so with more blades or more physical memory available, I’m convinced we could go to 1000+ nodes !

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