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  1. PUBLIC - Liferay Portal Community Edition
  2. LPS-52765

MEMORY_CLUSTERED job scheduled on slave node is not running

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      Description

      Steps to reproduce:

      1) Start two portal nodes, node1 and node2, make them in a cluster.
      2) Run a MEMORY_CLUSTERED job on the second node you started.

      Expected Results
      You see the first node is running the job

      Actual Results
      The first node is not running the job

      For QA
      Please make sure that both MEMORY_CLUSTERED and PERSISTED are worked as what we want.

      Root reason
      The reason here is SchedulerClusterInvokeAcceptor, it is checking ClusterInvokeThreadLocal.isEnabled(). If it is true, it means it is NOT invoked from cluster, false means it is invoked from cluster. Here the checking should be:
      if (ClusterInvokeThreadLocal.isEnabled())

      { return false; }

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              Assignee:
              sophia.zhang Sophia Zhang
              Reporter:
              tina.tian Tina Tian
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              Brian Wulbern
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                5 years, 34 weeks ago

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                  7.0.0 M4