[jboss-user] [Installation, Configuration & DEPLOYMENT] - Re: JBoss as Windows service - stopping the service powers d
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Wed Aug 13 18:43:04 EDT 2008
JBoss Native 2.0.4 is the latest version, and yes it names the service JBAS50SVC in anticipation of the JBossAS 5.0 release, but I have used 2.0.4 with both AS 4.2.2 and 5.0.0.CR1 without any problems (it should work with 4.2.3 with no problems).
One way to tell if you are running the 64-bit Windows is if you have both a Program Files and a Program Files(x86) directory. There are other ways also (and if I was at home where I am running 640bit Vista, I could tell you), most likely by looking the My Computer | Properties or at System Information.
My guess would be that if you see a lot of x86 stuff, then you have a 64-bit system and the stuff you are looking at is compiled for 32-bit - the 64-bit Windows will run 32-bit software. Therefore, you can run a 32-bit JVM on 64-bit Windows, so that is not a clear indication of the OS type.
Regardless of all that, you should ensure that the JBoss Native you are using matches the OS type - that is, if the OS is 64-bit, you need the 64-bit variation of JBoss Native.
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