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From billy <Billy.Buzz...@bnsflogistics.com>
Subject Re: JMX and NetworkBridge
Date Wed, 20 Jun 2012 13:45:13 GMT
Thanks for the information, but sorry to hear that the possibilities are
limited at this time.  The actual problem I was trying to solve has to do
with a partially failed duplex network bridge.  The non-creating side of a
duplex network bridge is dropping for some unknown reason while the creating
side is still up and running.  I can easily use JMX to detect the problem,
but I needed a way to recreate the bridge as soon as the drop was detected. 
I'm using a spoke-and-hub topology, one of the spokes is an old WindowsXP
Pro machine and all I wanted to do was restart its networkbridge when I
detect it going down.

Is it possible to create a SpringBean with JMX access that could
recreate/start the networkbridge?  If yes, where's a good place to start
looking in the code to figure out how networkbridges are created from the
ActiveMQ.xml file?



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