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    Default Java Problems with Some CLI Scripts

    I've written some CLI scripts to create shares and such for all our accounts. Lately I've been running into a lot of problems with the scripts just dying in the middle of processing with the following error.

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    ERROR: zclient.IO_ERROR (invoke Read timed out) (cause: java.net.SocketTimeoutException Read timed out)
    Can anyone tell me where this is coming from?

    Thanks,
    Matt

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    For us, we ran into issues calling zmprov several times (ie for loops, scripts, etc.)


    The work around for us is to create a file with all the zmprov commands then run zmprov against it

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    We don't open zmprov multiple times here.

    We open it initially at the beginning of the program and then leave it open.....and send input to it as needed.

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