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No, in all honestly, JBoss EAP is really cheap. $6k USD for 16 core license isn't that bad. If you really can't pay, there is always Wildfly 8.
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If I go with Wildfly 8.2 do you see any issues.
Where can I find reviews related to Wildfly 8.2.
>> If I go with Wildfly 8.2 do you see any issues.
I think the biggest issue for production is, if anything goes wrong and that causes a severe impact, production down, you'll want to speak to someone and get some instant / immediate support / suggestion.
If you have RH subscription for your production, you expect to receive some response / help within specific SLA, according to the severity of the issue and the subscription type you purchased: https://access.redhat.com/support/offerings/production/sla.html
Another main advantage to have a subscription is you'll get bug fixes / enhancements, all these are included in maintenance releases (EAP 6.3.1, 6.3.2, etc.) and that requires a subscription to access.
>> Where can I find reviews related to Wildfly 8.2.
You mean something like user reviews in Google Map ?
I doubt there is a place you can find some "general reviews" , too many technologies are included here.
A single small bug on some key features you rely on heavily, can make you rating it 0/10; while others don't use this feature at all, may rate it 10/10, that all depends on what you need from WildFly, and how you use it.
If you have any particular questions / concerns, try to search or ask your questions via these channels : http://wildfly.org/gethelp/
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What is minimum/maximum memory requirement for Wildfly.
What is maximum limit for 64 bit operating system.
maximum: lots! pretty much depends how much your OS can handle. for example RHEL 7.1 can handle 6TB
Our application's EAR has War file for web application and JAR for EJB module. It uses apache, struts, json, pdf, xmls, etc dependencies from external directories (not part of code base).
Currently these dependencies configured in run.bat using classpath references. It works find with JBoss 4.0.3 server.
I tried to add these external JARs in classpath before starting server but it's not making any difference.
What is the best way to refer these external dependency JARs ?