This section covers the following topics:


4.8.1 How to Enable Pinging


This configuration is done in the offline mode.

  1. Launch the Fiorano eStudio, and open the Profile Manager. Right-click the Profiles node, and select Open Profile from the pop-up menu. Select the desired profile, and click the Open button.
  2. Navigate to FMQConfigLoader MBean. It can be found in domain Fiorano > etc.
  3. In the Properties pane, enable the parameter PingEnabled property.

4. Save the profile.


From FioranoMQ 9.1.0 release onwards, the PingEnabled parameter is set to 'true' as its default value. This property can be controlled if client connections are automatically pinged. Pinging is essential for detecting Network problems. Enabling 'pinging' will make sure that connections that are no longer valid are properly closed and the resources they use are cleaned up in the FioranoMQ Server.

4.8.2 Modifying Ping Timeout Interval


This configuration is done in offline mode.

  1. Launch the Fiorano eStudio. Open the Profile Manager and open the desired profile as explained above.
  2. Navigate to PingManager MBean. It can be found in domain Fiorano > etc.
  3. Modify the parameter Pinger Timeout as shown in the Properties pane of Mbean to the desired value (in milliseconds).

4. Right-click on the FioranoMQ node and select Save option from the pop-up menu.

4.8.3 Verifying Ping Setup

Ping can be verified by following any one of the approaches mentioned below:

Increase the trace level for Logger named Fiorano > FMQ > Ping. In the PropertiesofPing pane, change the LogLevel to Verbose. This results in generating ping related logs in the server. Using an application, create a connection. Set an exception listener, and start the connection. Disable the network connection.


Please note that listeners onException should be carried out within the ping timeout interval.

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