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From Vijay <vijayender.band...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Master/slave configuration
Date Fri, 24 Jun 2011 07:01:08 GMT
Thanks for the replies.

The reason we have redundant clients is to survive hardware crash as both
broker and client reside on the same machine.

We keep the Client 2 live to just keep trying for connection to slave until
master goes down. Once slave becomes master, it gets connection and starts
processing.

coming to original Question.

Server1
--------
Master  - 
standalone JMS Client 1

I want to handle a rare scenrio. 

Obvisouly Master broker, client run in two diffrent OS processes. If Master
process dies for some X reason, I want to shutdown the client as well.
Probably will give out a try with Transport listener.

Before killing the standalone JMS client 1 programmaticlly, I would also
like to check if the slave Broker actually became Master (just as a double
check) in addition to Transport listener way. How can I verify this
programatically given that I have just broker url for slave..




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