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Joffrey

How to detect DDSi2 service has not started?

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Hi everyone,

I am using OpenSplice community edition 6.7.1.1 with C# API.
In the DDS configuration file, I am forcing OpenSplice to use interface 10.10.0.1:

    <DDSI2Service name="ddsi2">
        <General>
            <NetworkInterfaceAddress>10.10.0.1</NetworkInterfaceAddress>
            <AllowMulticast>spdp</AllowMulticast>
            <EnableMulticastLoopback>true</EnableMulticastLoopback>
            <CoexistWithNativeNetworking>false</CoexistWithNativeNetworking>
        </General>

If I disable the NIC assigned to 10.10.0.1 and start OpenSplice, the error log indicates that the service did not find the interface and terminates:      
 

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1525782292.932995/      main: 10.10.0.1: does not match an available interface
1525782292.934040/      main: No network interface selected
1525782292.935084/    (anon): Finis.

However, in Opensplice, there is no indication that the service is not running, e.g. I can call CreateParticipant().
Or publish data by calling DDS.IDataWriter().Write() always returns Ok.

Is there a programmatic way to dectect that the service is not running?

Many thanks,
Joffrey

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Hi Joffrey,

Sorry for the delayed response, we had issues with the domain-registration of this forum and have been offline for over a month .. 

W.r.t. your question for a programmatic way to detect certain errors/warnings, we have a feature called a 'reportPlugin' which is documented in the deployment manual and which allows for a user-library to be plugged-in and that can access any info/warning/error message that (normally/also) goes to the ospl_info and ospl_error log(s).

Perhaps that would help you creating the awareness that something went wrong w.r.t. service-configuration and/or interfaces not being available.

Regards,

Hans

 

 

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