Hello there. Im currently trying to install a Centos Cluster with Glassfish inside... could anyone tell me whether they have had experience with using Glassfish under centos with clustering ?
on 03/30/2010 – Made popular on 03/30/2010
I have a EC2 instance on AWS running Ubuntu 13.10 and I need to install Glassfish 4 on it. I have found several tutorials on how to install Glassfish 3.x on it, including this one and I tried to just do that tutorial substituting in glassfish 4 where appropriate, however, when I get to
I am trying to setup an ubuntu web server which utilizes both Apache's httpd web server for some content and glassfish for Java-based applications. I figured I would use mod_proxy as I've had luck playing with that a little in the past. I got it so the basic setup works.
I have a Java Servlet that has a doPost method and when the doPost finishes, I assumed Glassfish would close the connection, but I was wrong. The Servlet is on a Linux server and after 300 posts the thread count returned:
Hello to everyone,this is my firt post here, as I just recently migrated from gentoo to arch linux! : )I just installed the glassfish 3 pkg from aur and it works fine, but I read somewhere that it is better not to start the glassfish server as root.
I am trying to remove glassfish. I have put the zipped version of glassfish in /opt/glassfish4 and I have created a service using ./asadmin create-service. How can I remove glassfish from service and remove it completely?
I have a Glassfish (2.0) cluster with two nodes. I want to pass some extra JVM settings to a single node only. Is this configurable? At least from the console I see, this selective configuration is only for system properties, but not for the JVM settings.