[AG-TECH] Re: Shared Application Problem

Lijuan Geng fengfenglili2004 at yahoo.com.sg
Mon Dec 20 21:46:47 CST 2004

I have set up a Local Venue Server to improve the Shared Application Speed.
The situation is: Server on pc1 can only be connected by the Venue Client on pc1, while Server on pc2 can only be connected by Venue Client on pc2. When I try to use the Venue Client on pc1 to connect to Server on pc2, the connection cannot be established.
Network no problem. In Venue Management Tool, I didn't set anything special. I wonder if other settings are wrong?
Please give me some suggestions, Thanks!!

"Thomas D. Uram" <turam at mcs.anl.gov> wrote:


Yes, you can run a VenueServer closer to your client(s) to speed up interactions (event 
distribution) in shared applications. Running a venue server is quite simple; you can 
find details in the Venue Management manual here:


One detail that's not entirely clear there is the exact command line needed to start a 
server on Linux. You can just run 'VenueServer.py' to start the venue server, and use the 
'-h' option to see other options for running the venue server.


Lijuan Geng wrote:
> Hi,
> When I launch Shared Applications, the delay from the controller
> computer to other computers is too long. Since the controller
> computer commands have to be sent to Venue Server, then from Venue
> Server to other computers. If the Venue Server is quite far away,
> then the delay will be very long.
> I wonder if a local venue server can be set up so that the Shared
> Application speed can be improved?
> Please give me some suggestions, Thanks!
> Lijuan
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