3 Replies Latest reply on Jan 8, 2004 12:48 PM by Mike Hemling

    2 DL360 Redhat 9 Linux machines sharing Queues -- socket pro

    Mike Hemling Newbie

      Hello, I am using 2 linux machines to share data put on a Queue for JMS.

      The Queue is on machine A and both A and machine B have queue receivers that connect to the Queue. That works fine. The problem that I am seeing is that when I reboot or shutdown machine B and I do a netstat on machine on A I can still see ESTABLISHED connections to machine B! That seems impossible to me. I am using 3.2.1. The only way I could fix this was to put shutdown scripts in all the /etc/rc directories on B to ensure that they closed their connections properly. This seems like either a JBOSS or LINUX Bug. I was wondering if anyone has seem this behavior. This is a major problem because these "ESTABLISHED" connections will
      somehow still grab data and hang everything up.

      I have upgraded to 3.2.3 to see if this problem is fixed and it is not. As a matter of fact, I cannot even get the RC shutdown scripts to fix it either for 3.2.3.

      Any help or enlightenment would be appreciated.