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Status Future consideration
Workspace Rational Other
Categories Synergy
Created by Guest
Created on Jul 3, 2017

Which clients are connected via Cache Server

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"?

Kind regards, Gundolf

Idea priority High
RFE ID 107287
RFE Product Rational Synergy
  • Guest
    Aug 9, 2017

    This is in our 2 year plan.