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accepted OSX Maverick Java version's mess
Dec
21
comment OSX Maverick Java version's mess
@dean: instaling from the link you gave me have done the trick... Thank you... create the answer, and I'll accept it !
Dec
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comment OSX Maverick Java version's mess
@Sven : Thank you!
Dec
20
comment OSX Maverick Java version's mess
@Sven: want a peek ? hpics.li/998fe0e
Dec
20
comment OSX Maverick Java version's mess
Yeah Unfortunately, I did not choose the server I'm working on. It is a macminis' farm... their choices not mine, but that should not prevent me from getting help on serverfault, don't you think ?
Dec
20
comment OSX Maverick Java version's mess
@Sven: configuring Java on a server for server based activity, is relevant to serverfault, doesn't it ?
Dec
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Dec
20
comment OSX Maverick Java version's mess
@HåkanLindqvist : Thanks you for the answer, but unfortunately, this answer doesn't help, since apparently at the normal path I should find jdk1.8, it doesn't appear...
Dec
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asked OSX Maverick Java version's mess
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comment Does hole punching require a UDP rendezvous server Or could it be a TCP one?
It all depends on the NAT type. The majority of them will create a public port different from the private port and will continue to use it for every IP as long as you use the same port. This is not true for symmetric NAT, but there is no way to predict a port with symmetric NAT. Here an excellent article about hole punching : pdos.csail.mit.edu/papers/p2pnat.pdf
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comment Does hole punching require a UDP rendezvous server Or could it be a TCP one?
Thank you nick for your answers. No matter this is a 2 years old question, it might help others. However I would suggest something to improve your answer. Before your first bullet point when A and B share with control their Opened port. When you are behind a NAT the device has no way to get the NAT public port opened. You have to get it from an udp listen server that will get the public port and inform the device of it. Them the device has the information to send to control.
Aug
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comment Which Database (SQL/NoSQL) is the best fit?
@MichaelHampton Thank you, I'll keep that in mind !
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accepted Which Database (SQL/NoSQL) is the best fit?
Aug
12
comment Which Database (SQL/NoSQL) is the best fit?
Thanks I'll try that along with Redis...
Aug
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awarded  Commentator
Aug
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comment Which Database (SQL/NoSQL) is the best fit?
@synapse Thanks, I though memcached was a good fit, just wanted more feedback, I'll give it a try.
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comment Which Database (SQL/NoSQL) is the best fit?
Yeah but which NoSQL solution ? there is plenty, and each have their advantages. For example I'm pretty sure this is not a fit for Cassandra...