Am 07.11.19 um 01:34 schrieb Brian Stansberry:
WildFly should run in SLES just fine.
I have Wildfly running as cluster service on a 2-node HA cluster built with SLES12 SP3.
I think the OS integration is one of the smaller problems getting a JEE application up
To just play with it you can unzip it on your system, go to the bin
the unzipped installation and run the standalone.sh script. For more see
I believe SLES 12 also supports systemd. Beside the init.d folder you
found, there's also a systemd folder.
On SLES12 I would go with a system unit.
For our Cluster service we just do that.
I wrote a small systemd service file of type "simple",
just specifying the commandline to start Wildfly from
its installation directory on the cluster storage as
well as some dependencies.
This file is located in /etc/systemd/system
Wildfly specific configuration then goes into bin/standalone.conf
That way Wildfly can be started manually (by use of the systemctl command)
or automatically by the cluster
Works like a charm.
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