Let's say you've got a Java Applet that's locked up your browser, but you're also running other Java processes (like Eclipse) that you want to keep and don't want to just kill every java.exe process. You can kill just the applet!
1. Find the process ID of the applet
Use the " jps " command from JDK7+ to list all the Java processes and their command line arguments:
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I haven't yet found (Googled) an easy way to estimate Solr (or Lucene) storage requirements. Typically we know how many documents we need to index and then we want to estimate how much storage (GB) we will need for the index.
Using the Luke UI we get can easily see three metrics:
Some real-life examples:
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Our SQL Server instance is located within our private subnet in an AWS VPC. We require remote access to the SQL Server instance on port 1433 for administration purposes. This can be achieved using iptables as follows:
1. Connect to NAT.
ssh -i <<nat-keypair>> ec2-user@<<nat-ip-address>>
2. Set up port forwarding using ...
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About Liferay Portal's SOAP services
You can see a list of the SOAP services provided by Liferay Portal at the following URL:
for example, https://www.permeance.com.au/api/secure/axis .
All of the services are listed along with a link to their corresponding WSDL definition.
The soapUI application -- either the...
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Liferay 6.1 doesn't have any easy way that I can find to make all users' public sites available in robots.txt. It can be done manually.
1. Generate a list of sitemap entries using the following SQL command. Edit the domain name and the list of users appropriately.
mysql -h db-hostname -u db-username -p db-name -N -B -r -e ↵
"select concat('# /web', friendlyURL, char(10), ↵
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