2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 8, 2002 2:20 PM by Sono

    Multiple Instances of Jboss 3.0.3

    Sono Newbie

      Good Day,

      I am attemping to run multiple instances of Jboss 3.0.3 + Tomcat 4.0.5. I am also using Apache 1.3.23 with the mod_jk connector.

      I have apache,tomcat and the mod_jk configured.

      I have browsed the forums searching for an answer to running multiple instances of Jboss 3.0 but have not come across anything concrete.

      Is it possible to run multiple instances of Jboss 3.0.3 on one machine and have them binded to different IP's?

      If not, is it possible to run multiple instances of Jboss 3.0.3 by changing port values. If so what files and attribues need to be edited/added to accomplish this

      Please Please help me keep what hair I have!:)

      Thank in advance for any help

        • 1. Re: Multiple Instances of Jboss 3.0.3
          Adrian Brock Master

          Yes, it is possible.

          3.2 includes a binding service, although I don't think
          it has been documented yet (it might not be in
          binary release?)
          This works by switching ports based on a configuration
          in jboss-service.xml and an xml config file.

          You can change the bind-address rather the port
          if you have multiple ip-addresses.

          Search doesn't really work does it :-)


          • 2. Re: Multiple Instances of Jboss 3.0.3
            Sono Newbie

            Thank You for the responce and help Adrian. I was hoping you could clear a few things up for me though. The thread you directed me too was a good start but I am little confused. So please excuse my ignorance.

            1. Bind by IP is possible in 3.0.3 ? Or did you state this was only possible in 3.2 and that in 3.0.3 I have to go through the *-service.xml and edit the ports for this?

            If possible to bind by IP in 3.0.3

            2. Where would I place the binding.xml file in Jboss 3.0.3
            ${jboss.dist}/server/default/deploy ( Is this the correct spot)

            3. I am unable to locate a bind-address attribute in the bindings.xml file. Is this something I have to manually input?

            4. Is there another file I have edit to integrate the binding service into jboss.

            I am fairly new to Jboss, so the more detail the better.

            One again,
            I greatly appreciate any help