2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 29, 2007 3:40 AM by sebastien chausson

    simultaneous startup of several configuration

    sebastien chausson Newbie

      Hi,

      I've already heard about the possibility to specify several targets at jboss startup (I guess using several '-c' parameters ?), but couldn't figure out the interest of such a use. Is there a strict isolation between these different configurations (in this case, is the only interest to save disk space because you only have one jboss installation ???) or is there any other tricky stuff that jboss can handle there ?

      TIA,

      Sebastien

        • 1. Re: simultaneous startup of several configuration
          Tobias Frech Apprentice

          Often it is used to have your specialised configuration. E.g. you copy the default configuration to a "myproject" configuration and can modify that while still having the default for reference.

          If you are working with branches you might want to have a separate configuration for a branch as well, perhaps only for different files in deploy/.

          It only adds to the flexibility. Just don't start a configuration twice at the same machine at the same time.

          • 2. Re: simultaneous startup of several configuration
            sebastien chausson Newbie

            I already created a specialized configuration "custom" from a copiing the "default" one, but then I started this specialized configuration and only this one. What I mentionned in my original post is th epossibility to start "default" AND "custom" at the same time. In this case, what happen exactly ? do these configuration share memory space, class loaders or whatever ?