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    ersachinjain is offline Member
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    Hi

    I am using a client server program for my project. The problem that i am having is that i run the server in the background. It runs perfectly but after some time say 10-12 days even though the program is running which I can see by using the Unix command ps- u project, there is no response from the server. Please can any one tel me what the problem is????. The command that I am using to run the server in the background is :

    nohup command 2>/dev/null 1>/dev/null &

    Thanks

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    You will have to do some elementary debugging on your own first to provide more information. Have a look at at JMX approaches to monitor the application and see if you can get some logging that can give clues as to why the program is not responding.

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    Hi

    Thanks for the reply. I have one more question i am using a a class that implements Serializable interface. now the object of this class reads and writes object for trasporting the data from server to client and vice versa. Do i have to include a field:

    private static final long serialVersionUID = 42L; in this classs

    Thanks

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