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  • 1.  Callback-Bursts to a Probe, what will happen

    Posted 13 days ago
    Hi!

    I just implemented our own "FileManagement"-Probe, for moving/copy/deleting/transfering Files indipendend of the controller/distsrv/ade-Probe Callbacks.
    The Probe relies not on Queues, but on Callback an PDS-Structures (I know there is a sizelimit, but I handled that)
    However....

    What comes in my mind as I  was testing, how about "bursts"? E.g. If probe A try to send a lot of Callbacks to probe B, is there a timeout?
    Sure I should implement a "OK" sendreply if Probe B has fullfilled the callback and so on, but what happens if also Probe A2, A3 etc. sending Callbacks to Probe B.
    Is in the nimsoft.jar some implementation of a queue for callbacks or should e.g. run the callback on Probe B in its own thread, and followup, is the **** threadhandling of Java enough to handle that.

    Any clues for me?
    cheers
    Matthias


  • 2.  RE: Callback-Bursts to a Probe, what will happen

    Posted 13 days ago
    Hello,

    You created a probe that will handle moving / copying / deleting / transferring files from one server to another?
    Is that correct?


  • 3.  RE: Callback-Bursts to a Probe, what will happen

    Posted 12 days ago
    Yes,
    Mostly to transfer Files for our own sms-probe between hosts. Its not queue-based, but sends the file simply uuendcoded (yes I am old fashioned), secured by sha256 checksums before and after transfer between the probes, simply by using a pds-table.
    Quite ****...

    There fore my Question.

    cheers
    Matthias