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From "Landon Fabbricino" <LFabb...@agrium.com>
Subject Re: Best Practice to address this problem
Date Thu, 29 Jan 2009 20:35:16 GMT
I don't exactly want to avoid my client, I want to identify that the client has a problem and
send out a command that will fix it.

I am looking for idea's to identify that my clients session has a problem.

Thanks though.

Landon Fabbricino
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From: 	Ashish <paliwalashish@gmail.com>
To:	<users@mina.apache.org>
Date: 	1/28/2009 11:49 PM
Subject: 	Re: Best Practice to address this problem

On Thu, Jan 29, 2009 at 5:10 AM, Landon Fabbricino <LFabbric@agrium.com> wrote:
> Using mina as a server I have multiple automated clients that will connect to my app.
 Usually the system will send pings every minutes to my system, however, the odd time when
the automated client crashes or breaks it will start spamming pings every second.

Slightly confused here. Here is what I understood. You have MINA
Server which sends ping to clients connected/monitored by it. Is that
correct, or I am missing something?

> To address the problem, I just need to respond to the client with the configuration information
and everything works as expected or restart the client.

To respond to select client, you can customize Blacklist filter, to
respond only to valid clients.

> So far, I have been restarting the client.
> Does anyone out there have any idea's how I could identify when I am getting constantly
spammed with pings?  I have tried a few things, but no luck.
> Thanks.


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