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Database Server

Explains how to run and use the ObjectDB object database Server to manage Java/JPA/JDO databases in client-server mode.... Since client-server mode carries the overhead of TCP/IP communication between the client and the server it is usually slower than ... -conf my_objectdb.conf start The TPC/IP port on which the server listens for new connections is also specified in ...

 
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Server User List

Explains how to define and set users, directories and permissions in the ObjectDB fast Java database server for JPA/JDO.... username = "admin" password = "admin" ip = "127.0.0.1" admin = "true" > <dir path = ... username = "admin" password = "admin" ip = "127.0.0.1" admin = "true" > ... </user > ...

 
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listening on a particular IP aside localhost

I have being searching all around for how to do this but still no luck. I want objectdb to be able to listen in server mode to other connections from another machine where client is installed. I will like to have objectdb on machine A, while B,C, D can access the database in a using code like this emf = Persistence.createEntityManagerFactory("objectdb://192.168.50.56:8888/myapp6136.odb"); emf.createEntityManager(); ... configuration file but I wasn't able to add listening ip address such as 192.168.50.56 ... which it is running. If the server has several different IP addresses then ObjectDB will listen on all of them and specifying specific ...

 
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SSL Configuration

Explains how to set Secure Socket Layer (SSL) in the ObjectDB fast Java object database for JPA/JDO. The <ssl> configuration element specifies Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) settings for secure communication in client-server mode, for both the client side and the server side. The default configuration file contains the following <ssl&g ...

 
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The server cannot start in CentOS

Hi, I try to run ObjectDB from Linux, but failed. My command is: java -cp objectdb.jar com.objectdb.Server start The result is attached. After typing the command, the system seems halting. ... The server seems connected, but I set my pc ip to the objectdb.conf, and get the following: Persist failed: Login Error (unauthorized IP address for user 'admin')   ...

 
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[ODB1] Chapter 8 - ObjectDB Server

An ObjectDB server can manage one or more databases. Databases that are managed by a server can be accessed by multiple processes simultaneously. In addition, the server supports accessing these databases from remote machines by TCP/IP. More details about client server mode vs. embedded database mode are discussed in Section 1.2.... accessing these databases from remote machines by TCP/IP. More details about client server mode vs. embedded database mode are ... to connect to the server only from the specified IP address. For instance, the "127.0.0.1" value above (which always ... machine on which the server process is running. Multiple IP addresses can also be specified in a comma separated list and using a hyphen ...

 
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ObjectDB Object Database Features

ObjectDB provides a rich set of features, many of them as the result of supporting the JPA and JDO APIs.... Client-Server mode (TCP/IP). Secure Client-Server mode ( SSL over TCP/IP ). In process embedded database ...

 
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in-memory and on-disk support?

I've had a quick read through the features/FAQ and haven't been able to find a clear answer. I'm looking at replacing a setup of H2 where I have 40GB in-memory backed by 800GB on-disk, the 40GB in memory represents the first 40GB of the 800GB on-disk for super-fast recent entry searching, the records at the end continuously purge as the new ones come in(duplicate write, one to in-memory and one to on-disk). ... in-memory/on-disk option? I noticed the embedded and TCP/IP option but I would like both DB's accessible in-program without the need for TCP/IP as it's all on the one server. Thanks in advance. Ben ...

 
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A distinguished Name for server or explorer is good for maintaining!

In windows, the server runs as "javaw"; in Linux it is "java". If the server failed, for example, it always outputs this message, regardless changing IP setting: ... it always outputs this message, regardless changing IP setting: private final static EntityManagerFactory emf = ... Login Error (unauthorized IP address for user 'admin') at ... com.objectdb.o.UserException: Login Error (unauthorized IP address for user 'admin') at com.objectdb.o.MSG.d(MSG.java:61) at ...

 
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ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException at com.objectdb.o.ALS.c(ALS.java:89)

Hi all, I have created a packet grabber using JNetPcap. It creates a scala actor (java thread) for every packet grabbed which connect to an OpenDB database to add or update relevant entry's. Everything works fine until packets arrive with a time difference in the order of microseconds. Every scala actor opens a connection to the database, does what it needs to do, and then closes the connection. Something like: ... "SELECT res FROM LogEntry res WHERE res.spa = '" + Ip. toString ( arp. spa ) + "'" // Get LogEntry's with same IP var query : TypedQuery [ LogEntry ] = em. ...