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RMI uses an IP address to identify the lo host if the javarmiserverhost property is not specified and a fully quali domain name for the local host cannot be obtained To force RMI to default to the hostname instead of the IP address, set th property to true
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all Setting this property to "all" causes a trac access,failure all security checking actionsSetting it to "access,failure" traces all results of SecurityManagercheckPermiss and causes a stack trace and domain dum before throwing any SecurityExcept For a list of all possible values for this property, use javasecuritydebug=help no value
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B2 Implementation-dependent system properties
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Table B2 lists properties which have been disclosed by Sun and which are supported by Sun's JDK implementation, but which are not required to be supported by other implementations of RMI You should use implementation specific properties with care, if at all The information in this table is drawn from Dornin, List of javarmi* and sunrmi* properties, and Chan, The Java Developers Almanac 2000
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Table B2 System properties Sun implementation
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Name sunrmiactivationexecTimeout
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Values milliseconds, default 30,000 (30 seconds) integer, default 200 milliseconds, default 300,000 (5 minutes)
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Description Time the activation system will wait for a spawned activation group to start Number of logical updates between checkpoints of the activation database Interval between checks for expired DGC leases
sunrmiactivationsnapshotInterval
sunrmidgccheckInterval
sunrmidgccleanInterval
milliseconds, Maximum interval between default 180,000 (3 retries of unsuccessful minutes) DGC "clean" calls milliseconds, default 60,000 (60 seconds) Maximum interval between garbage collections of the local heap for client side DGC purposes
sunrmidgcclientgcInterval
sunrmidgclogLevel
SILENT, BRIEF, DGC log level VERBOSE (default SILENT) milliseconds, default 60,000 (60 seconds) maximum interval between garbage collections of the local heap for server side DGC purposes
sunrmidgcservergcInterval
sunrmiloaderlogLevel
SILENT, BRIEF, Log level for logging of VERBOSE class loads during (default SILENT) unmarshalling true, false If true, details of rmid's
sunrmilogdebug
Name
Values (default)
Description database activity are printed to Systemerr
sunrmirmidmaxstartgroup
integer, default 3 Maximum number of groups currently in the process of being spawned Group activations are queued while this limit is reached[a] true, false (default) If true, causes the activation system rmid to print out the command line used to spawn activation groups If true, exception stack traces are printed in the server VM for exceptions arising during remote methods As the default value is false, servers are normally silent
sunrmiserveractivationdebugExec
sunrmiserverexceptionTrace
true, false (default)
sunrmiserverlogLevel
SILENT, BRIEF, Log level for outgoing calls VERBOSE and some connection reuse (default SILENT) information milliseconds, Timeout for idle RMI default 15,000 (15 client side connections; if seconds) this expires before they are reused, they are closed SILENT, BRIEF, Log level for detailed VERBOSE logging throughout the (default SILENT) transport layer milliseconds, Timeout applied to client default 15,000 (15 side TCP connection seconds) attempts SILENT, BRIEF, Log level for VERBOSE createSocket and (default SILENT) createServerSocket events when the default RMI socket factory is used;
sunrmitransportconnectionTimeout
sunrmitransportlogLevel
sunrmitransportproxyconnectTimeout
sunrmitransportproxylogLevel
Name
Values
Description likely to be useful for applications that use RMI/HTTP
sunrmitransporttcplocalHostNameTimeOut milliseconds, Timeout applied to default 10,000 (10 attempts to obtain a fully seconds) qualified name for the local host from the DNS sunrmitransporttcplogLevel SILENT, BRIEF, Log level for detailed VERBOSE logging in the TCP (default SILENT) specific transport sublayer milliseconds, default 7,200,000 (2 hours 2x60x60x1000 ms) Idle timeout for incoming (server side) RMI/TCP connections This timeout is used to catch clients which connect but don't send any data, a condition which can arise during HTTP tunnelling
sunrmitransporttcpreadTimeout
Appendix C References
Books Papers Web resources
C1 Books
C11 Books on Java
Arnold, Gosling, and Holmes, The Java Programming Language, 3rd edition, Addison Wesley, 2000 Campione and Walrath, The Java Tutorial, 2nd edition, Addison Wesley, 1998 Campione, Walrath, Huml, et al, The Java Tutorial Continued, Addison Wesley, 1999 Chan, The Java Developers Almanac 2000, Addison Wesley, 2000 Chan, Lee, and Kramer, The Java Class Libraries, 2nd Edition, Vols I, II, and Supplement, Addison Wesley, 1998, 1999 Freeman, Hupfer, and Arnold, JavaSpaces Principles, Patterns, and Practice, Addison Wesley 1999 Gong, Inside Java 2 Platform Security: Architecture, API Design, and Implementation, Addison Wesley, 1999 Gosling, Joy, Steele, and Bracha, The Java Language Specification, 2nd edition, Addison Wesley, 2000 Lea, Concurrent Programming in Java, Addison Wesley, 1997
Lee and Seligman, JNDI API Tutorial and Reference, Addison Wesley, 2000 Shannon et al, Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition: Platform and Component Specifications, Addison Wesley, 1999 Waldo et al, The Jini Specifications Second Edition, Addison Wesley, 2001 Wilson and Kesselman, Java Platform Performance, Addison Wesley, 2000