1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 27, 2007 2:24 PM by Elias Ross

    Sharing the server/default/deploy directory

    thorsten maus Newbie

      Lets assume we have an application which should run on n instances each of them configurable individually.

      In my understanding it would be enough to have one
      server/default
      directory if you could cut off the work, log & data directory.

      This way my proposed directory structure would look like

      p1
      | -- run.sh, run.jar, run.conf, shutdown.sh
      | -- log
      | -- work
      | -- data

      p2
      | -- run.sh, run.jar, run.conf, shutdown.sh
      | -- log
      | -- work
      | -- data

      p3
      | -- run.sh, run.jar, run.conf, shutdown.sh
      | -- log
      | -- work
      | -- data

      server
      | -- default
      | -- deploy
      | -- config
      | -- ...

      The p stands for process. Important to understand is that Im not talking about a CLUSTER but several process simply sharing the same data having different configurations.

      Does jboss allow this kind of configuration ???