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JFR is a low-overhead data collection framework for troubleshooting Java applications and the HotSpot JVM in production. Recorded data can be opened in JDK Mission Control (JMC). To start recordings from within JMC, a new version of JMC is required. Currently, it is not released as part of the JDK but is available as a downloadable patch from Supported Java SE Downloads on MOS or from JDK Mission Control 8 Downloads. JFR comes with a supported API to produce and consume data programmatically.
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An object becomes phantom reachable after it has been finalized. This change may cause the phantom reachable objects to be GC'ed earlier - previously the referent is kept alive until PhantomReference objects are GC'ed or cleared by the application. This potential behavioral change might only impact existing code that would depend on PhantomReference being enqueued rather than when the referent be freed from the heap.
An object becomes phantom reachable after it has been finalized. This change may cause phantom reachable objects to be garbage collected earlier. Previously, the referent was kept alive until the associated PhantomReference objects were collected or cleared by the application. This behavioral change should only impact existing code that depends on a PhantomReference being enqueued rather than when the referent is freed from the heap.
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This version of the JDK no longer includes Java Mission Control (JMC). The jmc launcher has been removed from the JDK bin directory, and the missioncontrol directory has been removed from the JDK lib directory. The .jfr file association is not registered by JDK installers. JMC is now available as a separate download. Please visit for more information.
Two files, jre/bin/javaw.exe and jre/bin/jabswitch.exe, were not included in 8u171. As a workaround, users who need those files can download the non-server JRE and copy those files from it into their server JRE image.
The JDK uses the Java Cryptography Extension (JCE) Jurisdiction Policy files to configure cryptographic algorithm restrictions. Previously, the Policy files in the JDK placed limits on various algorithms. This release ships with both the limited and unlimited jurisdiction policy files, with unlimited being the default. The behavior can be controlled via the new 'crypto.policy' Security property found in the /lib/java.security file. Please refer to that file for more information on this property.
This release introduces a new feature whereby the JCE jurisdiction policy files used by the JDK can be controlled via a new Security property. In older releases, JCE jurisdiction files had to be downloaded and installed separately to allow unlimited cryptography to be used by the JDK. The download and install steps are no longer necessary. To enable unlimited cryptography, one can use the new crypto.policy Security property. If the new Security property (crypto.policy) is set in the java.security file, or has been set dynamically using the Security.setProperty() call before the JCE framework has been initialized, that setting will be honored. By default, the property will be undefined. If the property is undefined and the legacy JCE jurisdiction files don't exist in the legacy lib/security directory, then the default cryptographic level will remain at 'limited'. To configure the JDK to use unlimited cryptography, set the crypto.policy to a value of 'unlimited'. See the notes in the java.security file shipping with this release for more information.
This release introduces a new feature whereby the JCE jurisdiction policy files used by the JDK can be controlled via a new Security property. In older releases, JCE jurisdiction files had to be downloaded and installed separately to allow unlimited cryptography to be used by the JDK. The download and install steps are no longer necessary. To enable unlimited cryptography, one can use the new crypto.policy Security property. If the new Security property (crypto.policy) is set in the java.security file, or has been set dynamically by using the Security.setProperty() call before the JCE framework has been initialized, that setting will be honored. By default, the property will be undefined. If the property is undefined and the legacy JCE jurisdiction files don't exist in the legacy lib/security directory, then the default cryptographic level will remain at 'limited'. To configure the JDK to use unlimited cryptography, set the crypto.policy to a value of 'unlimited'. See the notes in the java.security file shipping with this release for more information.
*In VLC, you may need to enable "Force multicast RTP via RTSP" in the RTP/RTSP/SDP demuxer settings under Advanced Preferences.**In order for FFMPEG and VLC to access and retrieve the SDP file via HTTP-authentication, the HTTP-basic authentication has to be configured in Plain Config > Network > Authentication policy.***These examples illustrate how a video client is capable of connecting to the multicast stream just by using the file SDP alone without making any further connection to the Axis device. Assuming that no configuration change is made on the Axis device, the user is only required to download the SDP file once and then one could use the SDP to start playing the video. VLC and FFMPEG are exmaples of clients that are capable of doing so.
AXIS Video MIB (Message Information Base) extends the way to monitor Axis devices over SNMP. The Video MIB enables network administrators to monitor status information and a number of new notifications. To make use of the AXIS Video MIB, download the MIB files here and import them in your SNMP network monitoring application. The AXIS Video MIB is supported by Axis network devices from AXIS OS 5.60 and higher.
The games are in the form of .ipg files, which are actually .zip archives in disguise. When unzipped, they reveal executable files along with common audio and image files, leading to the possibility of third party games. Apple has not publicly released a software development kit (SDK) for iPod-specific development. Apps produced with the iPhone SDK are compatible only with the iOS on the iPod Touch and iPhone, which cannot run click wheel-based games.
iPods have been criticized for alleged short lifespan and fragile hard drives. A 2005 survey conducted on the MacInTouch website found that the iPod line had an average failure rate of 13.7% (although they note that comments from respondents indicate that "the true iPod failure rate may be lower than it appears"). It concluded that some models were more durable than others. In particular, failure rates for iPods employing hard drives were usually above 20% while those with flash memory had a failure rate below 10%. In late 2005, many users complained that the surface of the first-generation iPod Nano can become scratched easily, rendering the screen unusable. A class-action lawsuit was also filed. Apple initially considered the issue a minor defect, but later began shipping these iPods with protective sleeves.
If you spent any part of the '80s or '90s lugging around a VHS camcorder (or being filmed by someone with one of these enormous contraptions), you probably have a closet full of old VHS tapes containing weddings, graduations, and sacred Disney trips. And while you might think these tapes are simply waiting for you to pop them back in a VHS machine, the truth is, that video footage is slowly decaying and is already in way worse shape than when it was shot.If your precious home videos managed to survive, you may want to salvage that footage before it becomes lost forever. Converting well-worn home movies will never be flawless, but it can be done on a modest budget with a few basic tools.Below, we'll show you how to save your moments digitally on multiple formats, including by DVD transfer, Blu-ray, or digital file. If you're just too busy, we've also got a list of the various VHS conversion services, including pricing, to help you preserve that 20-year-old home video of you bailing on your first bike. If not for you, do it for posterity's sake.
The location of these configuration files varies across Hadoop versions, buta common location is inside of /etc/hadoop/conf. Some tools createconfigurations on-the-fly, but offer a mechanism to download copies of them.
Now that Microsoft has started blocking macros in Office documents delivered via the Internet, distributing malware via email has become more difficult and hackers have been forced to change their tactics, techniques, and procedures. This has been seen in phishing attempts that use a broader range of file types, and malware is increasingly being delivered via malicious websites, with traffic sent to those websites using malvertsing.
Many websites boost revenues by including third party ad blocks on their websites, with those adverts delivered through legitimate advertising networks. Typically, these have been the option of choice for malvertising due to the extent of the checks conducted by Google and the speed at which Google identifies and removes malicious ads. The malicious websites to which these adverts direct can perform drive-by malware downloads, probe for and exploit vulnerabilities in web browsers, or simply trick users into downloading and installing malicious files.
One of the easiest ways to protect against malware infections and lawsuits stemming from the use of illegal software is to block the sites used to distribute fake/pirated software with a web filter. WebTitan Cloud is a 100% cloud-delivered DNS-based web filtering service that is easy for businesses to set up and use to control access to the Internet. Users can block access to peer-to-peer file-sharing networks where pirated software is commonly downloaded and the warez sites that distribute software cracks. It is also possible to block downloads of certain file types from the internet, such as executable files. As an additional control, businesses should consider locking down all workstations to prevent non-admin users from running executable files. 041b061a72