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KISS and Keeping An Eye On A Socket

 
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Hypothetically,

What is the quick-solution way to keep an eye on or get notified of a specific socket going down on an OpenVMS system from a remote machine?

Note:
http://h18012.www1.hp.com/java/documentation/1.5.0/ovms/docs/user_guide.html#jdk50tools
jconsole is not supported.

Things come to mind. I wonder if there is a VMS solution as well. Again, this is the request for the KISS method. (Keep It Simple Student).

The longer term solution is to address why it is going down..hypothetically. Thanks.
 
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What does this socket do when it is working properly?

Bill
 
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Originally posted by William Brogden:
What does this socket do when it is working properly?

Bill



It returns serialized data.

True. That crossed my mind. If it responds, it's up.
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