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Hello Olav, recently the following question arose at us: How can I see (e. g. on a Cache Server), which Synergy clients connect via the cache server to the main server? Is there a command to detect that?
What we are looking for is more a command like e. g. "ccm monitor", to determine and / or monitor the number of users accessing a central database (e. g. in Shanghai) from a remote site (e. g. Wetzlar) via a cache server located in Wetzlar, which is connected to the Synergy server in Shanghai. How could this be monitored? Is there a similar command (e. g. on the cache server) like "ccm monitor"?
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