I undestand that the problem was discussed many times, but I can't find solution for my case.
I trying to start JBoss 4.2.2GA on FreeBSD. JBoss installation for this OS
is specific and running from so-called "port". JBoss starting by some jboss4ctl binary control file. But it (the file) does not accept standard "-b" parameter, only accept extra JVM parameters.
I have tried -Djboss.bind.address and -Djava.rmi.server.hostname without success:
Object with oid: jboss.j2ee:ear=infobroker-0.7.ear,jar=infobroker-core-0.7.jar,name=PageProviderFacadeBean,service=EJB3 was not found in the Dispatcher
Can anyone help me? Is it possible to bind JBoss to some host without -b option??
I also tried these JVM options on Windows and Linux without success. Yes, JBoss is accessible via http with $java.rmi.server.hostname ($jboss.bind.address option gives no effect) but RMI does not work.