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Gms JGroups error on startup

 
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I think this must be a common issue.
I've set up a few JBoss servers using pretty default config "default" in fact.
If i run it on my laptop not connected to the network, it starts fine.
If I'm connected to the network I get this JGroups style error from ClientGmsImpl "suspect() should not be invoked on an instance of org.jgroups.protocols.pbcast.Client" as though it wants to automatically cluster the servers ( which I don't want it to do ).
Anyone got a quick fix?
Sorry for being lazy about this one.
 
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I've changed the multicast addresses and port in 2 config files as per http://wiki.jboss.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=TwoClustersSameNetwork
and the error has gone away.
However this seems like a bug to me that is is coming up with this error in the first place so any additional info would be appreciated.
 
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