DNS, LDAP and JMS on Linux – Easy For Users to Search JMS Related Topic!
Users of java on the Linux are searching for the JMS related topic by JNDI Context. Once the connection of this topic is open and server is connecting with the powered down or not accessible to the network. Also, the JNDI links will not timeout, so it is permitting the failover system required to use the secondary server. The similar code is also required for the Windows users to run the Linux server. It is also easy to access for the users that the users never required vast expertise to run it. So, the DNS, LDAP and JMS are working smoothly in the Linux. As mentioned on Networking page, each system on Internet should have the unique IP address. (It will not include the systems, which are behind NAT firewall as they are not on Internet.)
The DNS acts as directory service for these systems, and allowing you specify every one by the hostname. The telephone book lets you look up the individual person by name as well as get the phone number, the unique identifier on telephone system’s network. The DNS also allows you look up the individual server by name as well as get the IP address, unique identifer on Internet. There are some other hostname to the IP directory services in the use, primarily for the LANs. The windows LANs will make use of WINS.
UNIX LANs will make use of NIS and because DNS is a directory service for Internet (and is used for the LANs) it is most widely used. The UNIX LANs can always make use of DNS in place of NIS, starting with the Windows 2000 Server, the Windows LANs can make use of DNS in place of, or WINS. On small LANs where you will see there are just some machines you can use the HOSTS files on every system in place of setting up the server running NIS, DNS, and WINS.