****** 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.