You should be able to change the port in the standalone/domain configuration XML file.
Raiane Amaral wrote:
I have several applications on the server, and one for each of the jboss
applications, and must have a separate management console for each application.
I don't fully understand the question. Do you mean, you want to have more than one management console per server?
You may change the management port either via jboss-cli:
or via web console (configuration -> Socket Binding -> standard-sockets -> management-http)
If you change the management port you may also need to change iiop port to avoid "org.omg.CORBA.INITIALIZE: Could not create server socket" messages
On the server has 5 applications .ear , and has 5 service installed jboss.
The jboss service 1 is set for the application 1, the jboss service 2 is set for the application 2, and so on.
It is possible to configure the application 1 access the administration console to port 9900.
For the application 2 to access the administration console port 9901, and so on.
So I need to have an administration console with a different port for each application.
So that when accessing the administration console with the port 9900 I monitor just application 1.
That when accessing the administration console with the door 9901 I monitor only the application 2.
The default port configuration to access the administration console is not within the tag below?
<native-interface interface = "management" port = "9988" />
<http-interface interface = "management" port = "9900" />
Are you running your servers in standalone or domain mode?
In domain mode the servers are controlled by the domain controller which is the central government for a managed domain. (Domain Setup - JBoss AS 7.0 - Project Documentation Editor)
In standalone the property "-Djboss.socket.binding.port-offset=x" may be used to change all ports from their default to default+x (changing default port in AS 7)