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Girish Gaurav Agarwal

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Name: Girish Gaurav Agarwal
Date registered: June 3, 2011
URL: http://www.girishgaurav.com

Latest posts

  1. Persist/Share tomcat session state between multiple instances — January 3, 2016
  2. Replication aware JDBC connection in java and MySQL — August 15, 2015
  3. Helpful bash aliases for any Unix/Linux user — December 27, 2014
  4. How to create custom commands in Unix/Linux — December 27, 2014
  5. How to enable garbage collection logging (GC logs) in Apache tomcat — February 12, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Loading library/model classes from your views in CodeIgniter — 77 comments
  2. How to use vimdiff as SVN DIFF tool — 60 comments
  3. Configuring multiple Tomcat application servers with Apache HTTP server/ Load Balancing with Apache Web Server — 12 comments
  4. Download/Attach source-code/java-docs with maven dependencies — 8 comments
  5. Accessing Private Members of a Java class using Reflection — 7 comments

Author's posts listings

Jul 09

Configuring multiple Tomcat application servers with Apache HTTP server/ Load Balancing with Apache Web Server

In this article, I am going to explain how we can configure multiple Tomcat instances with single Apache Web Server. There are many solutions posted on the web, but it is the simplest and easiest way to do this. Prerequisite: Apache HTTP Server 2.x Tomcat 6.x mod_jk.so module for Apache Web server Any text editor, …

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Jun 21

Accessing Private Members of a Java class using Reflection

Somebody asked me that, “Is there any way of accessing private members of a Java Class?” Then I got the idea to write this article, because Java Reflection API provides a feature for accessing private members of a Java Class. java.lang.reflect package provides the AccessibleObject class that is parent class of Constructor, Method, and Field …

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Jun 14

Introduction to Nonblocking Sockets

Here, I am going to explain what non-blocking sockets are, how it works, and where it can be useful, everything in details. Preface: Non-blocking sockets are introduced in Java 2 Standard Edition 1.4. It allows network communication between applications without blocking processes using the sockets. A nonblocking socket allows input/output operation on a channel without …

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