2 Replies Latest reply on May 5, 2002 2:04 PM by Adrian Brock

    Can I do 'run.sh mydefault' in JBoss3?

    Jim Newbie


      (I feel like I'm about to get flamed to pieces for asking this but here goes ...)
      I've tried 'jboss_dist/bin/run.sh mydefault' but it doesn't seem to pick up the contents of the deploy directory. It uses 'default', ignoring 'mydefault'. I have '/usr/local/jboss-3.0.0RC1_tomcat-4.0.3/server/mydefault'.

      This is a really basic question - should I be reading a JBoss3 'getting started' or something similar?
      If I rename the default directory, it gives me

      18:18:44,324 ERROR [Server] start failed
      java.io.FileNotFoundException: Failed to find logj4 configuration: log4j.xml ... bla bla

      I appreciate any feedback.