On 4/6/2018 6:46 AM, Martin Gainty wrote:
echo "JMX disabled by user request" >&2
MG>everything you need to setup JMX is located
I know how to enable remote JMX when running a java program. I also know
how to connect a JMX client like jconsole to that program.
What I was saying that I didn't know how to do was access data from JMX
in a Java program that I've written myself.
Remote JMX seems like overkill, when all I want to know is what the ZK
client that's part of my application is currently using as a maximum
packet length. Reading ClientCnxn.packetLen gets me what I was after.
It would have taken an extensive code review for me to find that
particular field, so thank you for letting me know about it.
If the client has an increased jute.maxbuffer but the server doesn't,
then there could still be a problem with writing data, but I'm not going
to try and detect that. In any case, I'm not going to abort the upload,
I'm just logging a warning.