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From Alessandro Torrisi <>
Subject Re: [MINA] BindException on Unix
Date Sat, 07 Jan 2006 23:17:40 GMT
Thanks for the answers...but I don't think C++ sucks ;-)

Now I'm going to try the solution proposed by Alex Karasulu and I  
will post here feedbacks about it !

Runtime.getRuntime().addShutdownHook( Thread hook )

Best regards Emmanuel,
Alessandro Torrisi

On 07/gen/06, at 17:44, Emmanuel Lecharny wrote:

> Alessandro Torrisi a écrit :
>> I give my poor opinion on this. I think this is logically incorrect,
> It's logically incorrect, I just tried to give you a workaround...
>> because Java is potentially platform independent.
>> Setting some parameters on the platform I'm going to violate this  
>> kind of contract, so why don't use C++ ?
> Because C++ sucks, when you have tried Java ;-)
>> And sorry I don't understand a GUI implementation to stop a  
>> server...I want to do a unix service, I want to start, stop or
>> restart my service with the classic init.d concept...
> The GUI will work the same way than a service. What we need, here,  
> and you are right, is a way to shutdown correctly the server. We  
> don't have it currently, but we will work on it for sure ! (Any  
> help appreciated ;)
>> Then why when I start a simple SocketServer and accept connections  
>> with that, I can start, restart or stop it as usual ?
>> What is the big difference ? Why I don't have to modify platform  
>> parameters for a SocketServer ?
>> Another thing is that in the way you suggested I have to put all  
>> necessary informations to modify parameters on all Unix platforms !
>> In Mac Os X I don't have a sysctl.conf !
> yeah. My bad. We will dig this issue deeper and try to find a  
> better solution than this ugly workaround ;)
> Sorry for the inconvenience...
> -- Emmanuel Lécharny

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