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Fri Feb 21 10:37:01 PST 2003
--- Timothy Stack <stack at cs.utah.edu> wrote:
> > > Does Kaffe support the security property
> > > "networkaddress.cache.ttl" ?
> > I don't think it does. A grep over the source tree
> > doesn't turn it up anywhere.
> > > Does it cache lookups at all? If so, what is the
> > > default time to cache
> > > them for?
> > I've read the code in
> > libraries/javalib/java/net/InetAddress*.java and
> > libraries/clib/net/InetAddressImpl.c, and I'd
> > that it doesn't. Neither does the pocketlinux
> > judging by their DNS.c file, despite that they
> > factored out the DNS handling code into
> > InetAddress caching shouldn't be that hard to add,
> > though, if you'd like to submit a patch. You may
> > want to take a look at the code in GNU Classpath's
> > tree, which implements InetAddress caching. See
> So, I just happened to be playing around with this a
> bit. I integrated
> some classpath stuff and fixed their bugs. I also
> added a configure
> option to use dnsjava (http://www.xbill.org/dnsjava)
> so the whole VM
> wouldn't block while calling gethostbyname()/etc...
> I can clean it up a
> bit, wire up caching for dnsjava and send it out.
sounds great to me! do you have something for
java.security policy file parsing as well?
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