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1. Best Practices in creating software appliances?    stackoverflow.com

I have an application that a customer has asked us to package into a software appliance and wanted to find a list of all of the things that I need to ...

2. How to remote connect to linux/WASv7 with JConsole?    stackoverflow.com

I'm trying to remotely connect to a server with JConsole to monitor & make use of the MBeans registered there. I can VNC onto the server and run JConsole locally with "localhost:8050", ...

3. Java memory as reported with JMX vs. htop    stackoverflow.com

I'm trying to debug why a program which prints Hello and then Thread.sleep(3600*1000) uses ~404MB of virtual memory under linux (with both OpenJDK and Sun JVMs) on both CentOS 5 and ...

4. JMX: MaxFileDescriptorCount and OpenFileDescriptorCount    stackoverflow.com

We want to monitor the number of open file descriptors in our Tomcat app server. I stumbled across the MaxFileDescriptorCount and OpenFileDescriptorCount attributes of the java.lang OperatingSystem MBean. There ...

5. Security problem connecting to Weblogic 10.3 t3s protocol from Linux JMX client    stackoverflow.com

When I try to connect Weblogic Server (installed on Windows) t3s protocol from Linux, it shows this error:

Not enough cryptography available to enable a cipher suite!
java.lang.IllegalStateException: Not enough cryptography available to ...

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