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bio website robert.muntea.nu
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Summary

In one life, I am Robert Munteanu, software engineer for a respectable software company. I write clean Java code, I maintain application builds ... help my colleagues discover bugs with automated analysis tools. The other life is lived in open source, where I go by the developer alias "Rombert" and try go get my code in virtually every open source software I have an use for.


Oct
7
comment Are D-Bus and Hal needed for a virtual server?
Right, thanks .
Oct
7
comment Are D-Bus and Hal needed for a virtual server?
Thanks for the answer. I've updated the list of main apps which are running on the machine. I stopped them, and nothing seems to complain in /var/log/messages or other locations. Is there anything specific I should be looking for?
Oct
6
comment OpenVPN port-share with Apache/SSL
Well ... SSL was working fine but the virtualhost was declared as ${SERVER_NAME}:443 . Once I changed to ${SERVER_NAME}:10443 all was fine. Thanks for your help.
Oct
6
comment OpenVPN port-share with Apache/SSL
Please see my update. And SSL is working, yes.
Oct
6
comment OpenVPN port-share with Apache/SSL
I actually meant to say port-share localhost 443. I tried port-share localhost 10443, but it still did not work, same error.
Oct
6
comment OpenVPN port-share with Apache/SSL
Thanks for your reply. OpenVPN binds on the public address, while Apache binds on localhost. I'll change the Apache port when I have the chance, but two applications can bind on the same port, given that they use different addresses.
Aug
2
comment Is Tomcat Shared Session / Cluster between two machine possible?
@Tom : as stated in my answer, there is a FOSS version of Teracotta. If that does not suite your needs, you might want to look into the commercial version. But it's not mandatory.
Jul
6
comment Sockets found by lsof but not by netstat
Rook unfortunately this happens seemingly random on one of 20 servers - not always the same - , only in production environments, and perhaps twice per week. Otherwise it would've been rather simple to finger out. I'm currently using Byteman ( jboss.org/byteman ) to track socket creation/bind/connect/close calls. Hopefully something will come out of it.
Jul
5
comment Sockets found by lsof but not by netstat
Rook : I gave up on finding this out code-wise, and tried to track it down as a sysadmin. That's why I posted on SF. And yes, I know somehow too many sockets are open. But there are zero clues as to where...
Jul
4
comment Sockets found by lsof but not by netstat
Thanks for the answer. I'm actually developing this application - the container part - rather than just managing it, and I was unable to find any problems related to sockets not being closed. But the wireshark/twireshark hint is good, I'll use that.
Jul
4
comment Sockets found by lsof but not by netstat
Most useful answer, so this gets the bounty. Thanks!
Jun
29
comment Sockets found by lsof but not by netstat
@troyengel : I've (re)discovered Byteman ( jboss.org/byteman ) a very neat tool which allows me to inject the bytecode needed to trace these calls.
Jun
28
comment Sockets found by lsof but not by netstat
Thanks, this sounds interesting. I will try to find out if that is indeed the case with our application.
Apr
20
comment Accessing all variables passed to a shell script from a given index
Might be funky , indeed. I'm using it to force the first two arguments to always be fixed, and then the order of the rest is not enforced.
Apr
19
comment Accessing all variables passed to a shell script from a given index
Thanks for the answer. Is there some sort of sub-array syntax, from 3 to max? Even from 3 to 9 would be enough for my needs.
Feb
2
comment Tomcat JMX Monitoring problem with Perm Gen
Another avenue to investigate is moving to Java 6 . Java 5 is EOL as far as I know and if this is indeed a bug you won't be able to get support through regular channels.
Feb
2
comment Tomcat JMX Monitoring problem with Perm Gen
See my update. Although I don't think the garbage collector could be swapped at runtime. This is the Sun JVM, right?
Dec
16
comment Extracting the last section of a log file
Hm, somehow that does not work for me. Using grep 2.5.4 on OpenSUSE 11.2 . But I get the drift :-)
Dec
16
comment Extracting the last section of a log file
Thanks for the answer. I assume you mean cut -d ":" -f 1 to get the first field - the line number.
Nov
6
comment Building an rpm file with a unique qualifier appended
Works great, one final question. I want to append the whole '.$ENVVAR' or nothing at all. How can do it so that I don't end up with a version of 1.0.beta7. (note the final dot) when ENVVAR is not set?