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of TCP/IP communication between the client and the server it is usually slower than embedded mode. In ... .Server -conf my_objectdb.conf start The TPC/IP port on which the server listens for new connections

ObjectDB Object Database Features

integration with Tomcat, Jetty, GlassFish, JBoss and Spring MVC. Operating Modes Client-Server mode (TCP/IP). Secure Client-Server mode (SSL over TCP/IP). In process embedded database mode. Capabilities

Server User List

" ip="" admin="true"> ip="" admin="true"> ... ip attribute, if specified, restricts the user to connect to the server only from the specified IP

listening on a particular IP aside localhost

to get that I can add port 8888 in configuration file but I wasn't able to add listening ip address such as ... on which it is running. If the server has several different IP addresses then ObjectDB will listen on all of them and specifying specific IP addresses is not supported. Associating a server with IP addresses is of course unrelated to the ObjectDB configuration.

Database Connection using JPA

is expected to be running on a machine named host (could be domain name or IP address) and listening

in-memory and on-disk support?

and one to on-disk). Does ObjectDB offer a similar 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 ... on a RAM disk / RAM drive. Both databases can be managed in embedded (in process) mode with no TCP

What algorithm in find()

keep a defined size cache, say 512MB, for frequent visiting entities to avoid the latency time in TCP/IP? TIA

Connecting to a remote objectdb server

I am trying to configure my application in a client-server objectdb setup via tcp/ip. So I first made sure that the remote objectdb server is running using telnet from my local.  $ telnet db.mydomain.com 6136 (worked fine, is able to connect...) My db was configured below:

Many connections possible? and will it makes problem in future?

practical factors such as thread numbers (depending on your operating system) and TCP/IP ports (when using client-server mode).

The server cannot start in CentOS

. 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')   again, the server refuse me. com ... (XMLErrorReporter.java:321)   Try to remove the ip attribute in the configuration. The exception that you got