Try building this branch:
It has fixes for your recent issues and changes the help text a bit.
These settings would be rarely used. When you run domain.sh you create a
process called the ProcessController; that process spawns the
HostController process and the process for any servers. The PC uses
sockets to talk to those processes, by default on localhost and
ephemeral ports. If you don't like that you can use these switches to
On 9/14/11 6:53 AM, Rostislav Svoboda wrote:
****** Arguments for domain.sh command
I have problem to understand some arguments for domain.sh command:
--pc-address=<address> Address of process controller socket
--pc-port=<port> Port of process controller socket
--interprocess-name=<proc> Name of this process, used to register
the socket with the server in the process controller
--interprocess-hc-address=<address> Address this host controller's
socket should listen onr
--interprocess-hc-port=<port> Port of this host controller's
socket should listen on
For example --pc-address and --pc-port are dynamically generated for host-controller
process and when I run for example ./bin/domain.sh --pc-port 50123 I receive
java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused.
Are these options really meant to be public? Could you please provide use cases when
it's beneficial to use them? There is no information on
****** Domain Controller vs. Process Controller
When I start domain.sh command, 4 new java processes are crated.
[rsvoboda@rosta-ntb jboss-as7]$ ps aux | grep java
1) Process containing 'org.jboss.as.process-controller' - this seems to be the
I'm using Domain Controller term when speaking about main process. Is Process
Controller equivalent to Domain Controller?
Logging+configuration are speaking about Process Controller.
Getting+started+with+JBoss+AS is speaking about Domain Controller.
Getting+Started+Guide is speaking about both Domain and Process Controller.
2) Process containing 'org.jboss.as.host-controller' - process for host
Just occurred to me - Isn't Host Controller on main instance called Domain Controller
and Process Controller is only a glue?
This process has defined '--pc-address rosta-ntb --pc-port 34876' and it seems it
can't be overridden as mentioned before.
3+4) 2 process for server-one and server-two.
Maybe adding description of java processes to the Admin Guide would be nice.
Principal Software Engineer
JBoss by Red Hat