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 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.
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.
As far as I know command statement below is used to create Glassfish service,
After execution following command. GlassFish_domain1 file is created under /etc/init.d directory. And link files are created at each directory /etc/rc0.d, /etc/rc1.d ...
I currently installed Glassfish 3 in a server that currently holds ASP and PHP inside Internet Information Server 7 so we can start moving to a new system architecture (the information system is being remade). Obviously, Glassfish uses another port and without too much configuration (all I had to do is to install it) it worked.
A long time ago I had used Websphere and if necessary we could drop a jar file into a directory on the server and it would use that one instead of the one located inside the deployed ejb.jar. It was used to deploy fixes in testing environments without having to create entire new builds.
I was wondering if Glassfish offered such a possibility.