RMI issues when pullin' a network cable

Discussion in 'Java' started by Joe Bob Anonymous, Aug 13, 2003.

  1. So, I've used RMI with much happiness over the past year or so.


    My ONLY issue is when I pull a network cable out of a server machine
    that is running an rmiregistry on it. If I use a client to talk to
    it... the client always just hangs... forever... until I hook the cable
    back in.

    Is there a way to be able to have the client determine better if the server
    is simply not there to respond?? I would expect an exception... but nada comes
    back.

    I've heard of "timeout" solutions... but if I have a process that remotely could
    take 5 minutes... I don't want to kill that process. On the other side, I'd hate
    to wait 5 minutes to find out nothing was ever going to happen as the machine's
    not even on the network.

    Help!! Thanks in advance!!
    Joe Bob Anonymous, Aug 13, 2003
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