I've got a newbie question. I've installed JBoss 1.7 and Java 1.7.0_65 (openJDK) on a Linux Centos 6.4 box. I'm trying to start JBoss but unless I run standalone.sh as root, it throws "java.lang.outOfMemoryError: Unable to create new native thread". I'm guessing it must be a permissions problem. Even though I installed both as root, I did a chown on everything to User:User (which is what I'm trying to run as).
Is there anything in particular I should look at? It's not the Java settings because like I said, I can kick it off as root. I suspect the OutOfMemory error is misleading and it really isn't able to run something as user User.
Figured it out. I had to make the JBoss directories and files owned by the user I'm running as.