[Red5devs] Real persistence for SharedObjects
mrchrisallen at gmail.com
Tue Feb 7 18:57:01 EST 2006
Nice! Now if someone wants to do so, we can persist them in a database.
On 2/7/06, Joachim Bauch <jojo at struktur.de> wrote:
> the repository now contains code for persistent shared objects.
> The storage is described by the interface
> "org.red5.server.SharedObjectPersistence" and can be configured
> through red5.xml.
> I added two default implementations:
> "org.red5.server.SharedObjectRamPersistence" works as the old code
> and persists the SOs during the livetime of the server.
> "org.red5.server.SharedObjectFilePersistence" stores the SO data as
> simple AMF-encoded files in a directory "sharedObjects" under the
> application directory.
> If no storage has been configured, ram persistence is used as default.
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