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Steven.Wyatt

Hello,

 

Could anyone please explain how the pinger threads work? Is it as simple as the wrapper and the wrapped JVMs communicating using port 15003? What do these threads send to each other?

 

Thanks,

Steve

 


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Leif Mortenson-3
Steve,
The Wrapper does several things to monitor the health of the Java process that it is managing.

One of the simpler ones is to ping the JVM at regular intervals.  The JVM then responds as soon as it sees the ping request.
Newer versions of the Wrapper include a timestamp with the pings to help measure the return time.
When the JVM fails to respond to a ping for longer than the wrapper.ping.timeout threshold, the Wrapper decides that the JVM is frozen and restarts it.
If you set wrapper.debug=true you will be able to see all of these pings and their payloads in the log file.

Cheers,
Leif


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Hello,

 

Could anyone please explain how the pinger threads work? Is it as simple as the wrapper and the wrapped JVMs communicating using port 15003? What do these threads send to each other?

 

Thanks,

Steve


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