In this here second part of the "Timestamped" series, we introduce its namesake Timestamped interface, and use a Deque from Java6 to collect such things, and impose a time-based capacity for that.
Ultimately we gonna hook up a remote Log4j appender, to digest logs in order to provide salient information via RMX and HTTP, and notify ourselves via Gtalk when the wheels are wobbling or even coming...
on Jun 27, 2012
We herewith begin a saga about monitoring with this series entitled "Timestamped: a trilogy in a few parts," this being the first part, where we introduce a map to count key things, and ensure we can order it by its integer values.
Counter map: A part of "Timestamped: a trilogy in a few parts."
We will be analysing logs in this unwinding series. Ultimately we gonna hook up a...
on Jun 7, 2012
Having blogged this hack some years ago (Event Pump DTs), today i actually used it.
The idea is to execute a long running task in the background, while blocking our app, seemingly on the EDT, while waiting for the task to complete. The hack involves using a zero-sized dialog. In this case, the EDT is not blocked from handling other events in the queue eg. as a response to user actions in the...
on Dec 21, 2009