0 Replies Latest reply on Oct 1, 2007 5:34 PM by Jeff Ward

    jboss.bind.address

    Jeff Ward Newbie

      Not sure if this is a beginners question or not but it strikes me as one so I'll post it here.

      I've tracked down a messaging / clustering problem to the way jboss binds to specific addresses, which defaults to only listening on localhost. In a two machine cluster, this doesn't make sense, so of course I bind to the machine's IP address using:
      run.sh -c -b IPAddress

      What I'm wondering about is whether there's a way around specifying the IP address? I've been removing jboss.bind.address calls, but I'm not sure which ones to actually remove to get a clustered install working, and which ones I should leave as is (to prevent "random" access to the machine).

      Any suggestions?