kandi X-RAY | remoting Summary
kandi X-RAY | remoting Summary
Jetlang Remoting project provides apis for connecting distributed systems. Jetlang provides a language agnostic wire level protocol and threading model for asynchronous distributed messaging. The library also contains client and server websocket implementations. The latest version is available in the maven repository. #Jetlang Remoting Api Features.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Checks whether the client is authenticated
- Send a HTTP response
- Returns the value of the header with the given key
- Creates a HTTP handshake request
- Returns the request body as a ByteBuffer
- Creates a sec key
- Handle connect
- Reads next command from the stream
- Send a request to the socket
- Try to close the socket if needed
- Connect to a socket
- Creates a new Jetty session
- Writes the object to all subscribed clients
- Create default mime type map
- Starts WebSocket handshake
- Creates a new socket channel
- Get port from URI
- Start the connection
- Creates a reader
- Starts a client
- Starts the server socket
- Attempt to connect to the given host and port
- Publish a new session
- Creates a new session
- Closes the connection
- This method is called when a connection is accepted
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Trending Discussions on remoting
I'm having an issue with the pipeline if I want to define the agent for a specific stage....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-15 at 10:53
You see this error because the
credentials helper method used inside the
environment block requires the
node context in a given execution context. You can see this by temporarily commenting out this part of the code and your initial pipeline will not fail for that reason.
You can solve this problem by defining
environment block inside the
stage that runs on the
I am getting this error while opening unity with firebase sdk 8.7.0....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-31 at 14:06
This is due to MacOS 12.3 removing Python2. Unfortunately I don't have any workarounds at the moment. I tried symlinking Python3 to /usr/local/bin (make sure it's on your PATH) and that works fine in the terminal, but for some reason Unity/Firebase still can't access it. I also tried booting into recover mode and disabling SIP, but you still can't symlink to /usr/bin as it's now Read Only in Monterey (and Big Sur I think). I added some notes to this issue - https://github.com/firebase/firebase-unity-sdk/issues/154 and will probably also post to the Unity forums / bug tracker as I'm not sure if the issue is in the Firebase SDK or in Unity itself.
Upgraded Jenkins from 2.257 to 2.339. After the upgrade none of the nodes are able to connect to the master. Jenkins is hosted on Amazon Linux. This is error I am getting when I try to connect a node to the controller:
Logs from Windows Agent :...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-20 at 17:24
There is an open issue about your problem: https://issues.jenkins.io/browse/JENKINS-67258.
According to one of the participant of this issue, a solution is to:
[...] upgrading SSH Build Agents / SSH Slaves Plugin to version 1.32.0 and beyond [...]
I writing a groovy script for running a static code analysis using Synopsys Coverity and want to store all found issues in a .txt file. Then need to find the number of lines in that .txt file and if it is greater than 1 then need to shoot an email to concerned person. My code for this groovy script is as follows: -...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-11 at 09:52
So following snippet you can use for your case
docker-compose to launch a commandbox lucee container and a mysql contianer.
I'd like to change the web root of the lucee server, to keep all my non-public files hidden (server.json etc, cfmigrations resources folder)
I've followed the docs and updated my
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-24 at 15:19
You're using a pre-warmed image
I am trying to upgrade a monolith application from Wildfly 23 to Wildfly 26.
Originally the application used a dummy configuration of "jaspitest" in the
Old Config for security...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-14 at 14:29
The setup seems somewhat confused. The
LoginBacking should not directly call the
IdentityStore. Instead, a backing bean should call
SecurityContext then triggers authentication causing the
HttpAuthenticationMechanism to be called, which then, if needed, calls the
The Soteria project contains a test that demonstrates this for JSF/Faces:
The relevant part is:
Remote PC: Windows 10 Client My PC: Windows 10 Client
On the remote PC:
- I can open the PSSession by running the PowerShell as an administrator and using the command
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-16 at 19:51
This answer solved my issue.
On all systems to which I want to remote-in (remote and localhost) the following command needs to be executed:
Set-ItemProperty -Name LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy -Value 1 -Path HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System
I'm trying to deploy a HA Keycloak cluster (2 nodes) on Kubernetes (GKE). So far the cluster nodes (pods) are failing to discover each other in all the cases as of what I deduced from the logs. Where the pods initiate and the service is up but they fail to see other nodes.
- PostgreSQL DB deployment with a clusterIP service on the default port.
- Keycloak Deployment of 2 nodes with the needed ports container ports 8080, 8443, a relevant clusterIP, and a service of type LoadBalancer to expose the service to the internet
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-05 at 13:58
The way KUBE_PING works is similar to running
kubectl get pods inside one Keycloak pod to find the other Keycloak pods' IPs and then trying to connect to them one by one. Except Keycloak does that by querying the Kubernetes API directly instead of running
To do that, it needs credentials to query the API, basically an access token.
You can pass your token directly, if you have it, but its not very secure and not very convenient (you can check other options and behavior here).
Kubernetes have a very convenient way to inject a token to be used by a pod (or a software running inside that pod) to query the API. Check the documentation for a deeper look.
The mechanism is to create a service account, give it permissions to call the API using a RoleBinding and set that account in the pod configuration.
That works by mounting the token as a file at a known location, hardcoded and expected by all Kubernetes clients. When the client wants to call the API it looks for a token at that location.
Although not very convenient, you may be in the even more inconvenient situation of lacking permissions to create RoleBindings (somewhat common in more strict environments).
You can then ask an admin to create the service account and RoleBinding for you or just (very unsecurely) pass you own user's token (if you are capable of doing a
kubectl get pod on Keycloak's namespace you have the permissions) via
SA_TOKEN_FILE environment variable.
Create the file using a secret or configmap, mount it to the pod and set
SA_TOKEN_FILE to that file location. Note that this method is specific to Keycloak.
If you do have permissions to create service accounts and RoleBindings in the cluster:
An example (not tested):
I am new to both .NET core and NuGet releasing.
- I built a .NET Core 5.0 class library.
- I built a .NET Core 5.0 console app to test this class library
- If the test console app directly reference the DLL built from this class library, everything works fine.
- If I build a NuGet package using the class library and release it, then download that package to the test console app, I get this warning:
"Package SkyBridge.ClientAPI.NetCore 126.96.36.199 was restored using .NETFramework,Version=v4.6.1, .NETFramework,Version=v4.6.2, .NETFramework,Version=v4.7, .NETFramework,Version=v4.7.1, .NETFramework,Version=v4.7.2, .NETFramework,Version=v4.8 instead of the project target framework net5.0. This package may not be fully compatible with your project."
This is the nuspec file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-27 at 02:11
The following nuspec solved the problem - I specified the .NET dependency:
I am trying to use the method
Windows.Storage.Streams.DataWriter but PowerShell only recognizes the IBuffer that it supposed to return as
__ComObject. I have used other WinRT objects successfully, but this one is giving me trouble.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-10 at 21:53
In my search for an answer to a similar problem (IInputStream Interface) I came upon this Reddit thread that gets the content of IBuffer as follows:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use remoting like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the remoting component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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