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From Mark <elihusma...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: A Serious Problem
Date Tue, 30 Oct 2007 03:14:13 GMT
pulling the plug can lead to undesirable results in all systems.

As for your login problem, my guess is that you will have to add some
more logic to your login system to account for the fact that a user
may log in twice from the same remote IP.  What I have done in the
past is when a user logs in a second time, invalidate the first
session and related information and use the second login.

On 10/29/07, Lenney <jiangyubao@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,every body,
> Mybe it's the Java NIO's problem.
> I deploy a program to a remote server, and run a client program to connect
> to it.
> Then I disable my client's network ( remove the line from NIC of my
> computer),but now the server can not receive the session close event, so the
> server can't remove the session from a HashMap( I define a HashMap to store
> the login information).
> Then I enable my client's network( reconnected the line to NIC of my
> computer),and try to login, due to login information are still stored in a
> HashMap, so it fail.
> How to solve this problem?
> I sorry that my English is not very good.
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The adjuration to be "normal" seems shockingly repellent to me; I see
neither hope nor comfort in sinking to that low level. I think it is
ignorance that makes people think of abnormality only with horror and
allows them to remain undismayed at the proximity of "normal" to
average and mediocre. For surely anyone who achieves anything is,
essentially, abnormal.
     Dr. Karl Menninger

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