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?
Am using glassfish to deploy my .ear application, the application which works fine glassfish windows and linux at offshore but when we try to deploy the same application in production which is running on linux environment am getting the following error
Caused by: java.net.MalformedURLException: no protocol: /glassfish/Sharedlib/ExtConfig.xml
As this is a production issue so critical from ourside
This how to describes an easy step by step installation of the RedHat
Cluster Suite on three CentOS nodes and prepare them as nodes of a
cluster. You will also install the Management suite which is web based
and is known as Conga.