Snapshot Monitoring Tool

The snapshot server / daemon is just about finished – I need to build in some way of driving the shutdown event (already built into all of the threads) and put some additional events in to make sure that all of the snapshots threads are fully started before engaging the timer.
 
I’m planning to just use telnet to check that a data stream is being produced, but it’s all quite interesting at the moment.
 
Next on the agenda is the receiver, which will interpret the data streams and save the results off into a set of DB2 tables.
 
The current transmission method is over TCP/IP, but I’m thinking of externalising the comms to a replacable DLL, so that we can deliver data through a variety of different methods including MQ (probably).
 
More next week. JG
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