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From boB Gage <bg...@merge.com>
Subject Re: Logging filter oddity
Date Thu, 18 Jun 2009 12:46:47 GMT
I didn't notice any mention of a currentOwner field.   When that issue 
cycles to the top of the priority pile I'll do some more tests and make 


Emmanuel Lecharny wrote:
> boB Gage wrote:
>> Opps!!  Forgive the previous, hit send before I even started 
>> typing....  :-(
>> Like I said, it's not really my call.   Any development I do wrt this 
>> project is owned by my boss, not me -- I've got no problems 
>> contributing to the project, but I don't own what I write.
>> Yea, personally, had I been the one making the decisions, I would've 
>> gone with Mina 1.x (whatever the last stable release was) and planned 
>> on upgrading to 2.0 after it was finalized.    But it's way too late 
>> to go back now.  :-)
>> If ya really do want the whole picture....   :-)
>> I'm also seeing a flow control problem.    Once attempting a protocol 
>> requiring hardware flow control (CTS/RTS) on a port, that port cannot 
>> be used again.   Once the RTS/CTS-desiring protocol uses the port 
>> (and fails to get the response it wants) all further connections 
>> generate PortInUseException's on open attempt until the program is 
>> stopped and restarted.   This particular issue has only been seen on 
>> Windows systems -- the same code running on a Linux machine works 
>> just fine.
> I guess that Windows 'freeze' the port for a while... Anything about 
> the currentOwner field ?
> PS: I'm not a serial kill^H^H^H^H specialist at all. Julien is.
> -- 
> cordialement, regards,
> Emmanuel L├ęcharny
> www.iktek.com
> directory.apache.org

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