Multiple autonomous clusters

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The below code example show how to run two autonomous clusters within the same JVM using littlegrid.

import org.junit.Test;
import org.littlegrid.ClusterMemberGroup;
import org.littlegrid.ClusterMemberGroupUtils;

import static org.junit.Assert.assertEquals;

public class AutonomousClusterIntegrationTest {
    public void twoAutonomousClusters() {
        final int numberOfMembers = 2;
        final int expectedClusterSize = numberOfMembers + 1; // Include this test which will join as a member

        ClusterMemberGroup memberGroupCluster1 = null;
        ClusterMemberGroup memberGroupCluster2 = null;

        try {
            final ClusterMemberGroup.Builder builder = ClusterMemberGroupUtils.newBuilder()

            // Build the first cluster (we won't actually be connecting to this one)
            memberGroupCluster1 = builder.buildAndConfigureForNoClient();

            // The second cluster will need to run on a different port to avoid clustering with
            // the first cluster
            final int member2WkaPort = builder.getWkaPort() + 100;

            // Build the second cluster - we will join this cluster through this test by
            // asserting the cluster size
            memberGroupCluster2 = ClusterMemberGroupUtils.newBuilder()

            // Check the size of the second cluster
            assertEquals(expectedClusterSize, CacheFactory.ensureCluster().getMemberSet().size());
        } finally {
                    memberGroupCluster1, memberGroupCluster2);