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Supposed I want to run a Java TimerTask scheduled job. This timer task is included in a EAR file that is deployed to a clustered environment. So, in each of the cluster node there is a EAR. Then how can I prevent the scheduled timer from running for multiple times ? e.g. this may produce results that I don't intend to get.

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