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Server Configuration

Explains how to set a JPA/JDO database server using ObjectDB, the fast Java object database for JPA/JDO.... <server > <connection port = "6136" max = "0" /> <data path = ... <connection> element <connection port = "6136" max = "0" /> The <connection> ...

 
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Safe to monitor listening port by connect/disconnect?

I wish to monitor our instances of ObjectDB using an automated tool that simply connects and then disconnects from the ObjectDB listening port once per second (frequency is configurable).  Will this cause any issue with the normal operation of ObjectDB? ... connects and then disconnects from the ObjectDB listening port once per second (frequency is configurable).  Will this cause any ...

 
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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.... : specify a configuration file explicitly -port <port> : override configuration TCP port to listen to To start the ...

 
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How to change properties in urls2.xml?

Hello, I am using objectdb in an embedded case with network private access to each database. I see it exists a file name "urls2.xml". <url><main>/var/lib/tomcat7/db/myDb.odb;user=admin;password=admin</main><alt>objectdb://127.0.0.1:38059/;user=$code;password=a2e54ea3-d889-41a7-953c-dabc42877742</alt></url> This file is autogenerated by objectdb. And it describes the locals databases url and their port / user / password properties. ... And it describes the locals databases url and their port / user / password properties. I have no control on the port and password used. :( Does it exist a way to change urls2.xml ...

 
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Server vs embedded mode in multi-instance scenario

We are creating a web app that will have multiple different clients, each on their own EC2 instance(s). The clients do not need to share any data, so each could have its own ObjectDB. Clients have a user base of about 2,000 to 60,000 users that could possibly be using their application at any given time (100k absolute maximum). We will probably have multiple instances per client for availability concerns as well as auto scale during peak usage, at least for the benefit of our web application if not for objectdb.... <server > <connection port = "6136" max = "100" /> <data path = ... - the first process should use a url such as: test.odb;port=3333 (specifying a port). All the other processes should be able ...

 
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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.... : specify a configuration file explicitly -port <port> : override configuration's server port -silent : avoid ...

 
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Glassfish 3.1.2.1 and ObjectDB 2.4.3

Hello, I tried to get the Guestbook tutorial run with Glassfish (see above) but it's not working. When I try to add a guest I got a HTTP Status 404 Wich versions of ObjectDB should I use? Thanks ... [ http - listener - 1 ] on host / port [ 0.0.0.0 : 8080 ] INFO : WEB0169 : Created HTTP ... [ http - listener - 2 ] on host / port [ 0.0.0.0 : 8181 ] INFO : WEB0169 : Created HTTP ...

 
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connection pooling

how do you handle connection pooling?  I don't understand how to open and close connection, or reconnect. I've referenced the manual here, but where does this go:   The <connection> element   <connection port="6136" max="100" /> The <connection> element specifies how clients can connect to the server: ... <connection> element   <connection port="6136" max="100" /> The <connection> element specifies ... can connect to the server:     The port attribute specifies a TPC port on which the server is listening for new ...

 
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Service terminated silently (crashed?)...is there any way to cause a crash dump?

After running without issue, uninterrupted for seven months, our instance stopped silently.  The contents of the log are as follows: Object DB log: ObjectDB Server started on port 6138. ObjectDB Server stopped. ObjectDB Server started on port 6138. ObjectDB Server stopped. ObjectDB Server started on port 6138. ObjectDB Server started on port 6138.  <--This is where I restarted the service.   Note there is no "Server stopped" before the final "Server started". ... Object DB log: ObjectDB Server started on port 6138. ObjectDB Server stopped. ObjectDB Server started on port 6138. ObjectDB Server stopped. ObjectDB Server started on port ...

 
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How to change properties in urls2.xml ?

Hello, I am using objectdb in an embedded case with network private access to each database. I see it exists a file name "urls2.xml". <url><main>/var/lib/tomcat7/db/myDb.odb;user=admin;password=admin</main><alt>objectdb://127.0.0.1:38059/;user=$code;password=a2e54ea3-d889-41a7-953c-dabc42877742</alt></url> This file is autogenerated by objectdb. And it describes the locals databases url and their port / user / password properties. ... And it describes the locals databases url and their port / user / password properties. I have no control on the port and password used. :( Does it exist a way to change urls2.xml ...