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Re: Java RMI service finderprint?
From: Gabriel Lawrence <gabriel.lawrence () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2011 11:22:55 -0700
Hm. I'm not sure if I understand you completely. To my understanding, most
normal applications which use rmi uses a regular rmi registry. The
an object called "jmx-connector". See the first output-example in the
source code (does not 'survive' into the nsedoc, I just noticed - only
the last @output makes it):
If you look at how to set up tomcat for remote management:
They are encouraging people to pick arbitrary an arbitrary port for the
registry that supports the management interface. Probably to keep
it separate from a registry used to support RMI in a servlet...
set CATALINA_OPTS=-Dcom.sun.management.jmxremote \
The real world use of this i'm seeing is that people are picking some
random 8k port for this.
I'm going to play a bit with getting the RMI code you've got there to auth
against JMX. Will let you know if it materializes into anything.
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Re: Java RMI service finderprint? Patrik Karlsson (Jun 14)
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